Shepherd Neame has agreed a new sponsorship deal with the Stones.
A six-figure sum over five years has been pledged to the club by Britain’s oldest brewer, which will considerably increase its presence at the Gallagher Stadium.
As part of the deal, the clubhouse will continue to be named the Spitfire Lounge after Shepherd Neame’s iconic beer range of the same name. A new sign will be going above the doors in the next week.
Shepherd Neame Chief Executive Jonathan Neame said: “We are delighted to continue our relationship with Maidstone United.
“We have been impressed with their commitment to the community, to their fans and to the development of the Gallagher Stadium, which is now one of the most impressive in the area. We wish them luck this season and hope for more success on the pitch.”
Co-owner Terry Casey said: “When Oliver and I took over in 2010, Shepherd Neame were one of the first companies to buy into our vision of bringing the football club home.
“They’ve been with us every step of the way and I am delighted our successful partnership will continue through and beyond the 10th anniversary of the club’s homecoming.”