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Capita Maintain Long-Term Association

Bristol Rugby are pleased to announce that Capita will maintain its long-term association with the Club ahead of the 2015/16 campaign. 

A loyal partner, Capita’s relationship with Bristol Rugby began in 2004, with six years as main sponsor.

This season, Capita’s branding will feature on the sleeve of the home and away strips.

Bristol Sport chief executive Andrew Billingham said: “The longstanding partnership between Capita and the rugby club underlines their commitment to developing sport in the city and working closely with Bristol Sport.”

Capita’s chief executive, Richard Marchant, added: “We’ve supported Bristol Rugby for many years and it’s a relationship that continues to flourish.

“The vision of Bristol Sport and the Ashton Gate rebuild makes this an exciting time to be involved with sport in the city.”

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