CHESTER FC have announced a media sponsorship with Saltney-based audio and visual specialists BuyCleverStuff.

The deal sees BuyCleverStuff take sponsorship of Chester FC TV – the official club YouTube channel – and also the extremely popular commentary service Seals Live.

Both outlets remain free for fans to use, with the sponsorship aiding the club's media team with vital equipment and supplies in order to make these services even better for supporters.

BuyCleverStuff were also behind the club's new PA system which was installed following infrastructure damage last year.

Chester FC media and PR officer Albert Davies said: “We are absolutely thrilled to have BuyCleverStuff on board with the club.

“Jon, Rob and the rest of the team have been hugely supportive to myself, the media team and the club. They tick so many boxes as they are a local business doing their bit for the club, and they understand what we are trying to do on the media side within the club.

“We hope that this deal runs for many years to come and that you can all see further improvement on what already are successful audio and video platforms.”

Jon Hoyle, director of BuyCleverStuff said: “We’re immensely proud to support Chester FC as a local business, and in particular support the media team to develop and progress even further, the well-established coverage they provide in-house to supporters at all fixtures.”

Rob Jeffries, digital marketing manager of BuyCleverStuff: “We’re renowned at BuyCleverStuff for being there to help with home audio-visual projects, whether it’s at the start, middle or end of renovation plans.

“In a sense, this has been the same with our support of Chester FC. We were keen to help the club through the initial start of the season with the PA damage. In the middle, we enjoyed adding with our contributions to the retro game versus Darlington.

“Now going into this final stretch, BuyCleverStuff hopes that every Blues fan gets on board, tunes in to Seals Live for full commentary, as well as highlights and more on Chester FC TV to get behind the Blues, and get the job done to get back into the National League.”