Bangor City Football Club is hoping the delivery of a new mode of transport will help drive them back to the top of the Welsh Premier League.
The club has just been passed the keys of a new Volkswagen Caddy van as part of the continued link with main sponsors, Pentraeth Volkswagen Van Centre.
The Caddy will mainly be used by manager, Neville Powell, as he scouts rival teams and to take the kit and other materials for matches and training.
Pentraeth Volkswagen Van Centre’s owner and former Bangor City director, Ken Jones, said: “We’re delighted to hand over the Caddy to Neville as part of our commitment to helping Bangor City retain the Welsh Premier League.
“It has always been our focus to provide as much support off the field as possible to the club and ensure the players only have to concentrate about what happens on the pitch.”
After watching the club secure another kit sponsorship deal with Pentraeth Volkswagen in the summer, manager Powell, is delighted with the Caddy van.
“Our partnership with Pentraeth is very important to everyone at the club and we’re aiming to show our fans just how good the team is over the next couple of months.
“There are some fantastic games coming up and we hope the supporters can get behind the team, just like Pentraeth have.”