Next in the long line of returning sponsors is TaylorMade Windows of Swindon, the family ran local business will become a full team shirt sponsor for the new season and we cannot wait to continue working with them.
The clubs and management of the National Ice Hockey League (NIHL) held their annual section meetings this past weekend and agreed the format of competitions for the 2019/20 season starting in September.
The Swindon Wildcats are delighted to confirm that Red Kite Building Services will be returning as sponsors again for the 19/20 NIHL season. They will once again be Full Team shirt sponsors for the Wildcats who are set to compete across the country next season.
For their third consecutive season, Fleetcor will be back on board to sponsor the Swindon Wildcats. Every season they have been with us the team has seen silverware lifted and hopefully that will continue into the 19/20 season.
With less than two months to go, excitement is building for the first ever Mfor Festival taking place on Saturday 27th July at Lydiard Park, Swindon. Running from 11am to 10.30pm the one-day Mfor Festival – a family fun day meets music festival – will offer entertainment for all whilst supporting veteran, military and mental health charities.
We are thrilled to announce that Optimum Professional Services will be sponsoring the Swindon Wildcats again after signing up for their second consecutive season.
Swindon Wildcats are delighted to confirm the next member of the 19/20 team will be a familiar face, in the shape of Floyd Taylor after the 24-year-old British Forward put pen to paper on another deal.
The Swindon Wildcats can confirm that Sam Jones will not returning for the new season. Whilst of course we would have liked Sam to return next season, we are proud to announce he’s secured a deal in the EIHL for the 2019/20 season.
Swindon Wildcats are delighted to confirm the plans for the forthcoming season for the NIHL 2 Wildcats.
Swindon Wildcats are thrilled to confirm that Sam Godfrey will be returning to Swindon for the forthcoming National League Season. The 25-year-old blueliner returned to Swindon from Guildford midway through the 17-18 season and contributed to three trophies since his return. Having iced in over 50 games for the Wildcats last season, Sam was a…