Bolton Wanderers FC & ESFL Partnership

The Motor Source ESFL has agreed a long-term partnership with Bolton Wanderers F.C, meaning both the men's open age and women's finals will be played at the club's stadium.

Following the success of the Motor Source ESFL Final 2021/22 we are excited to announce  that we have secured a long term partnership with Bolton Wanderers Football Club

The partnership will see both the men’s open age and women’s 2022/23 ESFL finals played at the University of Bolton Stadium.

League Co Founder Pete Overton “We are delighted to have agreed the new partnership with Bolton. Our men’s final for the 2021/22 season was an unbelievable event and we are excited that our newly created ESFL Women’s league will see its final played in this fabulous stadium.”

“We want to thank everyone involved at Bolton for making this happen and a special thanks to Jason Swettenham at HM Prison Service for the introduction to enable this partnership to take place.”

Bolton Wanders Official Pete Oliver stated “Bolton Wanderers is delighted to become the regular home for the ESFL’s men’s and women’s finals.”

“Both are outstanding competitions and we believe we are able to provide a fitting venue for such prestigious cup finals.

 “We are all hugely indebted to the workers of all the emergency services for the outstanding contribution they make and honoured to welcome them as guests and competitors each season as they look to become national champions.”

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