Hull KR have announced that they will be continuing their sponsorship and partnership with Nuffield Health for the upcoming campaign.
This is the second sponsor the Robins have secured in two days as they also announced a new partnership with ProDog Raw yesterday (December 7th).
The continuation of their deal with Nuffield Health will see the company serve as the club’s official Health and Fitness Partner for 2023 allowing the players to utilise the facilities and products of the their partner.
Hull KR are delighted to renew its partnership with @NuffieldHealth for 2023 as the club's official health and wellbeing partner 🤝
— Hull KR (@hullkrofficial) December 8, 2022
In a statement posted to the club website they announced the partnership.
“Hull KR are delighted to announce Nuffield Hull will continue as the club’s Official Health and Fitness Partner for the 2023 season.
“The partnership will once again give Hull KR players provide rehabilitation access to top quality facilities across the country to help them recover from training and match days. Nuffield will also continue to be displayed on Sewell Group Craven Park’s LED advertising boards.”
As well as aiding the first team in recovery KR will be implementing recovery programmes for the academy side, of which the Robins have bled through many top talents including star player Mikey Lewis.
“The Robins are also pleased to announce that Hull KR’s Academy players will be using Nuffield to recover from their games next season.
“Academy players having access to these facilities is a huge step for the club and further aids younger players recovery processes, enabling the next crop of junior players to develop further.”
Hull KR Chief Executive Paul Lakin said: “We’re very pleased to continue the partnership with Nuffield into 2023. It’s a true partnership in every sense, they have been supportive and their facilities are a major benefit to the recovery process for both the First Team and the Academy.”
This partnership marks the second of the new era at Craven Park with the side appointing Paul Sewel as chairman on their new board just last week as they look to ensure a strong impression to IMG and ensure a Grade A licence in the future.