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Bristol Flyers extend elite partnership with Nuffield Health

Bristol Flyers is pleased to announce that Nuffield Health have extended their elite partnership with the club for a further year.

Nuffield Health is one of the leading not-for-profit UK healthcare organisations, reinvesting all profit into their gyms, medical centres and hospitals across the UK. Their pioneering approach to healthcare brings together fitness, prevention and cure to arm their customers with the facilities and support to get fit and stay healthy.

The healthcare organisation have agreed to add their logo to the back of the Bristol Flyers’ home and away jerseys for the second year running, whilst the players can benefit from expert advice on game preparation, training, recovery and injury prevention. Nuffield Health will also sponsor Coach Kapoulas and Leslee Smith for the Flyers’ upcoming season in the British Basketball League (BBL).


Nuffield Health's logo will appear on the back of the Flyers’ 2017/18 home and away jerseys.

Nuffield Health Bristol Hospital Director Sheryl Krause said: "We are very excited to be involved with the Bristol Flyers for a second year, ahead of their fourth season in the top flight of British basketball.”

"As an organisation dedicated to improving peoples' health and wellbeing, we always want to encourage people to take part in sporting activities like basketball, no matter what their ability is.

“We are thrilled to be involved with the Bristol Flyers and believe that we are the perfect partners to give expert advice on game preparation, training, recovery and injury prevention."

Steve Devereux, Commercial and Operations Officer for Bristol Flyers added: "To have the largest not-for-profit healthcare provider in the UK as one of our elite partners shows that we are moving in the right direction.

"Nuffield Health provide extensive off-court support to the Flyers through their state of the art Bristol-based gyms and hospitals. It’s a pleasure to renew this partnership and to continue to work together to inspire a more active, healthier Bristol.”