Blyth Spartans have agreed sponsorship deals for the new season.
Kit sponsors Quantum Elite will once again support the home and away kits.
But this season there will be a new logo on the shirt with a new branch of Quantum Elite, called ProLaw, being branded on the front of both kits, replacing 24Seven Claims.
Brian Delf, from Quantum Elite, said: “Given the strong impact of the legislation changes within our business sector, we are proud to be able to continue to support our local team whilst continuing our company growth and development.”
He also urged other local businesses to get involved with the club.
He added: “We strive as a company to continue our support within the local community and our brand has developed, however, our commitment remains as strong as with our 24sevenclaims.com branding.
“We believe our new look will help provide a good, fresh start to the season for the club, and hope to encourage other local companies to invest in the community and the much needed support for the club.”
As well as the support of Quantum Elite, all of last season’s sponsors have maintained their support ahead of the new campaign.
Tynetec Ltd, The Port of Blyth, Fergyspace Ltd, JFS Law and Business and Plessey News have all committed to the forthcoming season.
Spartans general manager Ian Evans said: “I am highly delighted that our main sponsors have all agreed to continue with their support for the new season.
“Without these sponsors’ financial input, our operation on a daily basis would indeed be much more difficult than it already is.
“The club wishes to place on record our sincere thanks to all concerned.”