From today, the stadium will be known as ‘The Breyer Group Stadium’ while the Club have also agreed with The Breyer Foundation to be the exclusive children’s replica front-of-shirt sponsors for the coming season.
The Breyer Group are a roofing and construction company founded in Leyton, and currently operate with over 400 employees, and are one of their industry’s leading firms. Founder Fred Breyer has enjoyed a long association with the O’s and the Club are pleased to enter this partnership.
Tim Breyer, Managing Director said: “We are delighted. There is a family connection obviously but more importantly the Breyer business was founded in Leyton in 1956. We have carried out work in the area for seven decades and have been proud to serve the community throughout that time. Therefore I believe the ‘fit’ between the company and the Club to be perfect. And I know the club feel the same”
Leyton Orient CEO Danny Macklin told leytonorient.com, “We are delighted to be naming our stadium naming rights partner for the next two seasons as The Breyer Group. We have been working closely with Tim Breyer who is a lifelong O’s fan.
“We will be working closely with The Breyer Group alongside Waltham Forest Council in bringing to life the stadium within the local community, including a number of new signage posts on key arterial roads coming into the area alongside additional signage between the key route between Leyton Underground Station and the stadium.
“We are also proud to be linking up with the Breyer Group Foundation who will become the exclusive children’s replica front-of-shirt sponsors, we will be working closely with them to further enhance the fantastic work that they carry out.
“We would like to thank Dream Team for the gesture of releasing the front of shirt sponsorship of the children’s kits for the 2018/19 season, enabling the club to support such a worthwhie community cause”