Liverpool Basketball Club Sponsor

Photo of basketball players in front of the Donoghue Solicitors sign at Liverpool Basketball Club.
Club Captain Jack Hudson (left) and Martin Calvo in front of Donoghue Solicitors’ sign at Liverpool Basketball Club

Donoghue Solicitors is proud to support Liverpool Basketball Club.

We are committed to helping people in Liverpool and beyond with their compensation claims, including actions against the police, accident claims, and professional negligence claims.

We fight for the rights of claimants, never insurers, representing people on a “no win no fee” basis where appropriate. Read more about us and the work we do by clicking on the link, or call us on 0151 236 1336 for help and advice.

Where possible, we help the people in our community in other ways too.

By sponsoring Liverpool Basketball Club we are able to support our local Club with its aim of promoting “the sport of basketball at all levels for people resident in Liverpool and other areas of Merseyside regardless of age, sex, physical ability, race or colour.”

About Liverpool Basketball Club

Liverpool Basketball Club has been part of the local sports scene for over 40 years. It was first established at Liverpool YMCA in the 1969/70 season as an U18 team called “Atac”. Since then the Club has competed in National competitions for over 30 years.

The Club now has men’s teams competing in the National Basketball League at U14,U16, U18 age groups in Division 4 and Division 2. Teams travel as far afield as London and Eastleigh, Hampshire to compete.

Photo of Donoghue Solicitors sponsor sign with Liverpool Basketball Club Men's Team in their new kits.
Liverpool Basketball Club Men’s Team in their new kit in front of the Donoghue Solicitors sponsor sign.

As well as playing in competition, Liverpool Basketball Club works to develop youth and junior basketball. It runs community sessions at Speke Sports Centre, King David High School, Broadgreen High School and Archbishop Beck Tennis & Community Centre.

The Club’s successes include winning the Division 3 and Division 4 Championships in the 2014/2015 season.

How Donoghue Solicitors Helps Liverpool Basketball Club

Running Liverpool Basketball Club takes money as well as the dedication and commitment of the team and coaches. Sponsors like Donoghue Solicitors are essential for the Club’s continued growth. We are proud to do our part.

Look out for our banners which will be proudly displayed at the Club’s home games.

The Club plays their home games at Archbishop Beck school, a renowned sports college in North Liverpool and Centre of Excellence for Sport.

Archbishop Beck’s motto is “Only the best will do”. We agree and wish Liverpool Basketball Club continued success.

 

Photo of Donoghue Solicitors sponsor sign with the Liverpool Basketball Club Men's Team in their training kits.
Liverpool Basketball Club Men’s Team in their new training kits in front of Donoghue Solicitors’ sponsor sign.

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