Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club has announced that Czero Developments has renewed its partnership with the club.
Czero is the central club sponsor for the upcoming season, which has allowed the club to further invest in its grounds and players.
Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club is a club steeped in immense history and success, having seen many top class players pull on the prestigious jersey over the years.
Birmingham based company, Czero, is a property developer best known for its success in taking on listed building developments that no one else will touch. It’s development of the Emporium, which saved the former Christopher Wray Lighting Factory, has just won the RICS Award for best heritage project in the West Midlands and is shortlisted for the National award. Czero has also just got consent for a 200 apartment development in the Gun Quarter that will bring a former waste transfer station back into use.
Martyn Cowley, Director at Birmingham Moseley Rugby Club, said: “We’re very excited to continue our great partnership with Czero, they’ve always been very supportive of the club, especially during this difficult period, and we have a brilliant relationship with them.
“Their sponsorship of the club is very generous and we’re sure that this is a relationship that will continue to prosper, and especially with our new team, we’re certain we’ll be celebrating many wins with Czero when the new season commences.”
Simon Linford, founder of Czero, said: Although I don’t manage to get to as many games as I would like to, I am pleased to do this small part to support the club that means so much to the local community.