Gary and Sally having a socially distant meeting

Capital Content renews support for Surrey FA

Two organisations come together to innovate football-based digital content in Surrey

Capital Content, a Surrey-based digital agency, has renewed an existing partnership with Surrey FA to support the creation of best-in-class content for everyone involved in the grassroots game, including players, staff, volunteers and supporters.

Over the next five years, Capital Content will work with Surrey FA to film and edit creative website and social media content, ensuring Surrey football remains innovative in the face of a changing digital landscape.

In addition to gifted content, Capital Content will support Surrey FA, a registered charity, through ongoing donations that will support the thriving grassroots football community in the county.

Capital Content specialises in social-first storytelling, helping organisations to grow and transform their ideas into creative outcomes through video, photo, design, social and web.

On Tuesday 6th October, representatives of Capital Content and Surrey FA met at Meadowbank Football Ground to re-launch the partnership, which will support Surrey FA’s goal to be the leading county football association in terms of high-quality and effective digital content.

Gary Gumbleton, Creative Director at Capital Content said: “We’re really proud to support Surrey FA and grassroots football through this long-term partnership. Over recent years, digital content has increasingly become the best way to engage and update your community, and in fact due to COVID-19 it has actually become the only way to do so. We’re excited to work with Surrey FA over the next five years to ensure they’re at the top of their game when it comes to digital content creation."

Sally Lockyer, Chief Executive Officer at Surrey FA said: “We’re incredibly excited to renew our partnership with Capital Content for another five years, and are grateful for their support. They have already helped us revolutionise the way we communicate with our network of stakeholders over the past season, and we’re excited to build on this over the next three years and to see what else we can achieve.”

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