The company, whose headquarters are just outside Bury St Edmunds, will sponsor both competition for the next season. CNet Training are a global award-winning provider of technical data centre and network infrastructure training.
Since 1996 the company have designed and delivered technical training across the world and are recognised as the global leader and the only dedicated training provider in their field to award both internationally recognised qualifications and official certifications.
The Senior Cup agreement is in addition to CNet Training continuing to sponsor the Suffolk FA Junior Cup for a third season. Andrew Stevens, CEO of CNet Training, said: “We are delighted to sponsor the Suffolk FA Junior and Seniors Cups. “As a company we believe in supporting and encouraging grassroots football and helping to inspire players. The work that Suffolk FA does for the local football community is incredible and we are pleased to be part of it.”
CNet Training take over as sponsors of the Senior Cup from Queensway, who had supported the competition for the past two seasons.
The draw for the first round of this season’s Senior Cup will be broadcast on BBC Suffolk Sport’s Matchday Programme on Saturday afternoon.
Pictured (from left): Laura Smith – Chief Executive, Suffolk FA, Andrew Stevens – Chief Executive, CNet Training, Sarah Parks – Director of Marketing, CNet Training, Bruce Badcock – County Cup Competitions Manager, Suffolk FA