Branding company based in Ely support Mepal Sports Football Club with new warm-up jackets worth around £400

The Mepal Sports Football Club squad with their new warm-up jackets courtesy of Ely-based Soopa Doopa Branding Ltd. Picture: SUBMITTED

The Mepal Sports Football Club squad with their new warm-up jackets courtesy of Ely-based Soopa Doopa Branding Ltd. Picture: SUBMITTED


An Ely-based branding company has supplied new warm-up jackets to the Mepal Sports Football Club as part of their sponsorship deal with the club.

Soopa Doopa Branding Ltd supplied the new jackets as well as the current kit and sports bottoms, which is all together worth around £1,000.

Jake Scott-Paul, director of Soopa Doopa, plays for the Mepal team and says that his company “supports local sport”.

He said: “We supplied the current kit, jackets and sports bottoms. The kit alone is worth around £600 and with the jackets it would be around £1,000.

“We like to support local sport at Soopa Doopa. We also support England footgolfer Craig Galbraith. We supply his kit.”

Mepal Sports Football Club wore their new jackets to their game against local rivals Isleham. They won 3-2 away from home.

Jake added: “We continued our winning form this weekend, beating local rivals Isleham 3-2 away from home with goals from George Rayner and myself.”


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