Shelbourne FC extend partnership with Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport

Shelbourne FC is delighted to announce the extension of its partnership with Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport for the 2024 season.

Welcoming the announcement, Thomas Doyle, General Manager of the Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport said: “We are absolutely thrilled to extend our partnership with Shelbourne Football Club! Our shared emphasis on teamwork and continuous improvement in all we do ensures that we deliver nothing short of extraordinary results and unforgettable experiences. Here’s to a fantastic season ahead for Shelbourne FC.”

As one of the closest hotels to Dublin Airport, Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport offers unparalleled convenience for travellers. Stress-free flying starts with a stay at the hotel, where guests can wake up refreshed and prepared for their journey. Their luxurious rooms provide the perfect sanctuary, while the fine dining options for every budget, include the Playwright Bar and The Italian Kitchen, both promising a positive culinary experience.

Guests can also take advantage of their secure car park, with both long-term and short-term parking options available, providing peace of mind throughout their travels. The Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport also offers complimentary shuttle buses operating every 30 minutes, serving both terminals at Dublin Airport, eliminating the hassle of transportation logistics.

Keith McDarby, Commercial Manager at Shelbourne FC, added, “We are pleased with Shelbourne FC’s commercial progression, as evidenced by the increasing number of sponsors joining our ranks.”

“We extend our sincere appreciation to Clayton Hotel, Thomas Doyle and his talented and hard working team for their support of this partnership and all they do behind the scenes to support the club.”

The extension of our partnership with this key sponsor reflects a prosperous and mutually beneficial working relationship. All at Shelbourne FC thank the Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport for their continued commitment to supporting the Reds and becoming a part of the local north Dublin community.

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