Worksop Boys Club have made sure their Under 13s look presentable when they’re not in action, thanks to a sponsorship deal with local company Cargill.
The Manton Wood based company, who have been making liquid for chocolate since 2000, have invested in the local junior footballers and supplied new training tops.
Team coach Ewan Coleman presented the tops of behalf of Cargill.
A club spokesman told the Guardian: “All the players and staff at Worksop Boys Club Under 13s would like to express their thanks to everyone at Cargill for their generosity.”
Captain Brooklyn Walsh and team-mate Jamie Brown received the tops on behalf of their team-mates.
Worksop Boys and Girls Club is one of the biggest junior football clubs in the area, and was set up in 1948, eventually growing to have teams for both sexes at numerous age group levels.