Prosthetic Records is proud to team up with Glossop North End football club as their main shirt sponsor for the ‘22/23 and ‘23/24 season. The partnership will see the international heavy metal label supporting the football club who play in the Northern Premiere League West Division.
The partnership was recently cemented by a trip to the Glossop team’s home stadium by Prosthetic Records founder, E.J. Johantgen, European label manager, Becky Laverty, and members of UK-based black metal band, Dawn Ray’d.
Of the partnership, Johantgen commented:
“As a long-time fan of both heavy metal and English football, I am thrilled to combine these two passions by joining forces with the mighty Glossop North End. I can’t wait to catch the Hillmen in action in the coming season, and collaborate further with the good folk of Glossop.”
Glossop North End football secretary and director, Dan Bates, added: “I am delighted that Prosthetic Records will be our club partners & shirt sponsors. A global company with connections to Glossop sponsoring the town’s football club seems so fitting and its such a unique and niche opportunity going forward. The relationship has become closer and closer over time but this takes it to a new level. I am also pleased that Prosthetic will be a very active and supportive sponsor. This development represents a really exciting opportunity for the club.
“We have a talented manager playing exciting football, we have an incredibly strong connection with our supporters and the local community, and attendances are at their highest levels since 2017. The important thing for us was to ensure that we selected the right Front of Shirt partner to represent GNE in the current era, and that their philosophy aligns with our own. We look forward to working with Prosthetic more in the future and enhancing our existing commercial and sporting relationship.’’
The new team kit featuring the Prosthetic Records logo will be unveiled in the coming months, with further plans to take this distinctive pairing in new and exciting directions over the coming years.