The Guernsey Football Association currently has sponsor agreements with Deloitte LLP and with FNB (FNB) International Trustees Limited. These sponsorship agreements are essential in enabling the Association deliver on its long-term strategic goals and continue to develop opportunities for the local football community. For that reason the Association is grateful for the continued support given by Deloitte LLP and FNB.

FNB International Trustees Limited:

FNB International Trustees Limited currently sponsor the Priaulx League and have done so since the 2010/11 season.

This company is the specialist international offshore provider of the FirstRand Group.  Based in Guernsey, it provides a wide range of fiduciary services ranging from private trust and company facilities for the individual or family to corporate structures, such as Employee Benefit Trusts, Pension Plans and Special Purposes Vehicles for multi-national companies. With its 40 year pedigree in the provision of fiduciary services, it has the expertise to meet your every need..  


Deloitte provides sponsorship for the Guernsey FA’s community football programme which brings the Guernsey FA coaching expertise into schools and community groups. The organisation also sponsors the popular Deloitte Corbet Cup, a competition which supports the transition from mini's football into competitive youth football for hundreds of enthusiastic young football players.

Deloitte has a local office based in Guernsey and is part of the Global Accountancy firm, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu.

Deloitte Guernsey is committed to sponsoring sport in the local community and is fiercely proud of its many years of youth football sponsorship. 


BWCI are the main sponsor of the mini soccer festival.

The BWCI Group was established in 1979 and is the largest firm of actuaries and consultants in the Channel Islands. They provide a broad range of employee benefits, investment and insurance services to their clients based in the Channel Islands, the UK and internationally.

 Ray Lowe:

The Ray Lowe Foundation supports the Guernsey FA in providing game opportunities for the GFA Foundation Academy teams.

 The Foundation aims  to help youngsters to develop not only their talent, but their positivity, self confidence and ability to act as part of a team. Funds raised will be used principally, but not exclusively, for the benefit of individuals or teams in the 10-21 age group with 50% of the Fund allocated to golf and the balance for other sports. Rather than place the emphasis purely on assisting individuals already identified as talented in their arena, the Trustees will take a broader approach in encouraging young people at all levels to further develop their interest and achievements in their chosen sport

Louvre Fund:

Louvre Fund sponsors the Guernsey FA Development Academy, which incorporates the U12, U13, U14 and U16 age groups along with the U15 Guernsey Star Trophy age group.


LouvreFund is an independent, owner managed, fund administrator, that provides a uniquely personal service across all key fund jurisdictions.


As part of the Louvre Group, we enjoy a presence in nine international finance centres providing access to core fund markets: LouvreFund administers both open and closed ended funds. We have developed strong expertise in alternative asset classes, particularly hedge funds, private equity and property.


The Louvre Group, established in 1976, also provides fiduciary and corporate services to both private and institutional clients.


Hepburns Insurance


Hepburns Insurance sponsors the Muratti Vase competition.


Hepburns Insurance is a locally owned, managed and staffed insurance intermediary and captive insurance manager. Hepburns advises on and manages the diverse insurance requirements of professional, corporate and commercial organisations within the Channel Islands where it has a reputation for its  service / expertise / integrity.


Hepburns is proud to be providing sponsorship for such an important part of the Islands sporting heritage for the next three years.

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