icon_corner icon_start_stop icon_start_stop icon_start_stop icon_post icon_miss icon_save icon_card_red icon_save icon_start_stop icon_sub icon_card_yellow accessibility icon account-off icon account-on icon arrow-left icon arrow-right icon attack icon chevron-down icon chevron-left icon chevron-right icon chevron-up icon Combined Shape Created with Sketch. cross icon defence icon icon_disallowed_goal email icon facebook icon google icon instagram icon linkedin icon lock icon messenger icon padlock icon Svg Vector Icons : http://www.onlinewebfonts.com/icon Panel Created with Sketch. Pattern Created with Sketch. pinterest icon Icon_PlayButton Created with Sketch. plus-thin icon plus icon Created with Sketch. Created with Sketch. search icon soundcloud icon sub-in icon sub-out icon tweet icon twitter icon icon_user__out icon_user_out vimeo icon whatsapp icon icon_start_stop youtube icon
Sign in
Forgotten your password?

Commercial

Forum provides vital support to AFC Bournemouth travel

171020_Stoke_Bmouth_134.jpg

AFC Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth

AFC Bournemouth’s supporter travel has a vital sponsor for the 2017/18 season.

Going into their eighth year in partnership, www.afcb.vitalfootball.co.uk have sponsored the club’s travel, enabling coaches to travel to every away game this campaign.

Whether it’s the trip to Newcastle this weekend or a shorter journey to Southampton, www.afcb.vitalfootball.co.uk will be with supporters every mile along the way.

All information on coach travel to away fixtures can be found under the relevant game’s ticket story, and season ticket holders can enjoy a reduced rate of travel for all matches.

Commercial director Rob Mitchell said: “We obviously are a bit of the way in terms of geography, so the support that afcb.vitalfootball.co.uk provides is key to fans clocking miles up and down the country.

“This is their eighth year in partnership with the club and for them to assist in the number of supporters who attend matches is great both on and off the pitch.”

Breaking News

Dismiss