Plural renew their sponsorship of City's Christie Murray

We are delighted to announce that the Plural Group have signed on the dotted line once more to sponsor Glasgow City and Scotland star Christie Murray.

Plural first backed the club last season when they came on board as a sponsor of Christie and we are thrilled they have again decided to support Christie and the club for 2013.

The internationally recognised market leader in the delivery of Training and Consultancy Services, the Plural Group’s goal is to provide effective accredited training solutions and consultancy services tailored to meet the needs oftheir individual and corporate clients.

Commenting on her company’s decision to continue their sponsorship, Rosalind Robertson said, “Last year we wanted to back Christie and the club due to the dedication and professionalism shown by everyone at Glasgow City from the players to all of the staff. I am delighted to say, that after 12 months, that belief has only been enhanced and I am delighted to have my own young daughter training with such a top club.

“What the players and this club does is astounding considering the overall support for women’s football in this country and we can only hope that our own sponsorship can go a little way to helping Christie and City continue their success of last season into 2013.”

Club Manager, Laura Montgomery said, “This is the second time in less than a week that we have been able to continue sponsorship for 2013 with some of our fantastic financial supporters from last season. As Club Manager, this gives us confidence that we are moving in the right direction and most importantly that sponsors feel value in backing our club and our players. I would like to thank Rosalind and her company for their support, which is hugely appreciated and we look forward to working hard to hopefully achieve our goals for the year ahead.”

If you are interested in finding out about sponsorship opportunities at Glasgow City, contact Laura by emailing

Pictured - Christie in action during 2012 by Graeme Berry