The club’s Principal Partner Kindred have donated the 32Red naming rights on the front of our new Riverside anniversary shirts to MFC Foundation.
The new shirt, which will be worn for the first time at Cardiff City on Saturday, celebrates 25 years at the Riverside and the design features the stadium roofline and the centre-spot coordinates, on the retail edition.
The limited-edition shirt also includes the MFC Foundation logo on the right breast above the Hummel logo, thanks to the generosity of the Kindred Group, parent company of 32Red.
Neil Banbury, Kindred’s UK General Manager, said: “At Kindred we believe sponsors can do so much more. That's why last year we launched our new model in football sponsorship: A ground-breaking commitment to invest in local communities, not just the club.
“We are honoured to donate the front of Boro's third kit to promote the fantastic work of MFC Foundation. Both the football club and Kindred Group are committed to positive change and highlighting the important role both the club and Principal Partner should play within their local communities.
“We look forward to seeing MFC Foundation promoted across the country starting at Cardiff on Saturday.”
Boro’s Head of Commercial Lee Fryett said: “This is a fantastic gesture by Kindred. Our Foundation do so much good work in the name of the football club and it’s terrific they are being recognised in this way.”