Introducing the match sponsors for Nottingham Forest's Sky Bet Championship match against Huddersfield Town at The City Ground.
Big Match Sponsor – IMAC Ltd
Nottingham Forest would like to welcome today’s Big Match Sponsor, IMAC Ltd.
At IMAC Ltd they strive to be the most professional, the safest, the most cost effective and most trusted of all of your partners.
They pride themselves on their approach to Health and Safety, their professionalism and their commitment to customer satisfaction.
The Electrical Engineering team cover every aspect of your project, from system concept to project delivery. They are market leaders in the provision of security and access control.
They specialise in SCADA Systems, BMS Systems, PLC, HMI Programming & Maintenance. They pride themselves on their ability to seamlessly transition from the shadowy world of counter terrorism to the fun of delivering state of the art thrill rides to theme parks around the world.
The Mechanical Engineering team at IMAC Ltd can deliver the level of support to suit your needs. From labour only contracts to complete system design and delivery of turnkey projects.
Within their team they have experience from a range of industries including heating and plumbing, tunneling, aviation, rail, water treatment, and plant maintenance.
They are ISO 9001 certified, NICEIC approved, CompEx trained, EUSR/SHEA card holders, Achilles UVDB registered…and ready to help you tackle your next challenge!
Telephone: 01926 843540
Match Ball Sponsor – Peter Higham
Nottingham Forest would like to welcome today’s Match Ball Sponsor, Dr. James Kingsland OBE and the club's former striker Peter Higham.
James’s father-in-law Peter Higham played for Forest between 1955-57. Peter had scored 77 goals in as many games for Preston North End’s reserve team as well as ten goals in 14 matches for the first team before being transferred to Forest.
During his time at Deepdale, Peter played alongside Preston legends such as Tom Finney, Tommy Docherty, Joe Marston, Bobby Beatty and Willie Forbes.
Peter spent two-and-a-half seasons with The Reds after signing from Preston in the summer of 1955, gaining promotion to the First Division with us in 1957. He scored 21 goals in 67 league and cup games, mainly as a centre forward – though he did play outside right in the promotion season, before going on to his next club, Doncaster Rovers.
Nottingham Forest would like to warmly welcome Peter back to The City Ground.