Legal firm Trethowans has become an official partner of AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust (CST).

The 150-year-old firm has signed up for the remainder of this season and the whole of 2019/20 and will sponsor the Premier League club’s popular schools Healthy Lifestyles Project, for which Cherries midfielder Lewis Cook is the project ambassador.


Trethowans managing partner, Chris Whiteley, said: “Trethowans is really excited to be working with AFC Bournemouth and supporting the club’s Community Sports Trust, which does an amazing amount of good work.”


“Whilst we are proud of our own growth and success over the last few years, we cannot claim to match the amazing achievements of AFC Bournemouth who have firmly cemented their place in the Premier League, the best and most competitive league in the world.”


The partnership will see Trethowans support the CST and attend corporate events. The firm is also headline sponsor of the AFC Business play on the pitch tournament taking place on Wednesday May 15 at Vitality Stadium.


Amy Brunton, the club’s partnerships manager, said: “We warmly welcome Trethowans and are delighted to have them aboard and look forward to a long and fruitful relationship.


“Although Trethowans is one of the fastest growing law firms in the UK, it has always stuck to its core values – which include supporting local sports clubs, charities and the arts across the region.”


Image: Signing Up – Trethowans managing partner, Chris Whiteley, centre, with AFC Bournemouth defender Chris Mepham, left and the Cherries’ head of community Steve Cuss. Trethowans now sponsors the Premier League club’s popular schools Healthy Lifestyles Project