Sintons extend commitment to Newcastle Eagles

Law firm Sintons has reaffirmed its longstanding commitment to the North East’s most successful professional sports team by extending its sponsorship of the club.

Sintons has been a key sponsor of Newcastle Eagles for several years, during which time the Eagles have continued to build their reputation as the most successful team in British basketball history.

Among the many achievements for the Eagles in recent years has been the opening of their Newcastle Eagles Arena, on Scotswood Road in the city, which enables the club to play host to European matches for the first time, as well as providing a permanent home for the club and its community-focused Foundation.

As well as being a sponsor of the Eagles, Sintons are also legal advisors to the club, with its corporate and real estate teams playing a central role in making the dream of the stadium become reality when it opened in December 2018.

The club is now set to begin its first full season in its impressive new ‘nest’ when its 2019/20 campaign begins with a home fixture against Cheshire Phoenix on September 20.

The Eagles, run by owner and managing director Paul Blake, are one of a number of sports clubs sponsored by Newcastle-based Sintons, which has a reputation for its commitment to sport, particularly at grassroots level, in the region.

Mark Quigley, managing partner of Sintons, said: “Newcastle Eagles are not only the region’s most successful sports club, and the most high-achieving in BBL history, but they also play a central role in the North East community, engaging young people in their local area and much further afield by helping them to learn about sport and wellbeing through their superb Hoops for Health programme.

“We are delighted to continue to support Paul and the Eagles set-up, and wish them the very best of luck with the season ahead.”

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