‘The O’s’ ground to remain The Breyer Group Stadium



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The professional football club based in Leyton, London – Leyton Orient Football Club – has revealed that the building and construction company Breyer Group has extended their stadium naming rights agreement with the club into the 2020-21 seasons.

‘The O’s’ compete in League Two, the fourth tier of the English football league system.

Over the past two seasons, the (Romford (UK)-based) Breyer Group has proved to be an extremely attentive, ambitious and well regulated partner at Leyton Orient, and this latest agreement which has been struck despite the world facing a grim situation due the coronavirus outbreak – will see the club’s home remain The Breyer Group Stadium well into 2021. The construction company is still family owned today and is currently managed by Tim Breyer.

The Breyer Group Stadium sits in Leyton, England, and has been the home ground of Leyton Orient since 1937.

Josh Stephens, Leyton Orient’s Head of Commercial, remarked, “We have been in conversation with Tim and Breyer Group for a few weeks with regards to their extension. Contractually, they were not obliged to start these conversations until later down the line, so we would firstly, want to thank them for their openness to do so. Secondly, during such an unsettling time, we are thrilled that Breyer Group wants to continue working with the club, building on what we have been doing over the past two seasons. On a personal level, I am delighted to continue working closely with Tim, Chris, Alex and Liz as we strive to be creative and grow our great relationships.”

Leyton Orient Football Club Limited, which currently plays in the English Football League Sky Bet League Two, is owned by majority shareholders Eagle Investments 2017 Limited, headed by Nigel Travis and significant shareholder Kent Teague.

Tim Breyer (who manages the construction company) said in a statement, “The Breyer business has been pleased to fulfill its commitment to the club and community over the past two years. But, like all genuine partnerships, it’s been a 360 degree success.”

He added, “Breyer Group Stadium has raised the profile of the business throughout London and beyond. We’d like to thank all fans and club officials for their support of our sponsorship. And thanks also to our stadium team for their hard work.”

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