Thomson & Potter ŠKODA Perth under the watchful eye of General Sales Manager Andrew Pengelley are delighted to sponsor the home strip for the Forfar Boys 2018 Squad.

Said Andrew; "this is a great opportunity for Thomson & Potter ŠKODA to work with a young team and support grass roots football in the community. It’s our first venture into this type of sporting sponsorship and we were delighted to be offered this opportunity by Tony Bell who is in charge of the Forfar Boys 2018 team."

ŠKODA is a brand often associated with cycling a sport which Andrew is a fan of however said Andrew “when we were approached by Tony I felt this was a great opportunity for Thomson & Potter to be seen as supporting something a little different.”

To keep up-to-date with the Forfar Boys 2018 Squad in the seasons ahead simply click on the link for their website, alternatively you can follow them on Twitter @ForfarBoysFC or via their Facebook Page

Forfar Boys Football Club are based in the North East of Scotland and were formed in 1975 where we now consist of a range of teams from U7’s to U19’s. In all we have an approximate total of 180 boys playing and training with the club.

The Club always strives to aim high and are extremely proud to have gained the Quality Mark Award, as recognised by the Scottish FA. The club has also received the Silver Ace Award from Angus Council which improves access to training facilities and other benefits.

Forfar Boys Football Club are affiliated with Forfar Albion Junior FC as a pathway for our young players. Most of our players have been involved in football since mini-kickers & fun fours run by the Scottish FA, and we look to naturally progress and develop these boys into football, to start them playing fun non-competitive 7-a-side football, and eventually into full, competitive 11-a-side football.

The teams feature regularly on the sports pages of the local papers and the Facebook / twitter accounts of local councils. Our events are well attended by local parents and an increasing number of spectators and businesses from the wider community. As the boys progress we will play throughout Scotland and even travel abroad to play in international competitions.