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Norwich City Football Club signs deal with Jordan Fitness to revamp training facilities

PUBLISHED: 17:38 10 October 2017 | UPDATED: 13:58 12 October 2017

Norwich City footballer Harrison Reed tests out equipment from Jordan Fitness, which has signed a new partnership deal with the club. Picture: Jason Dawson

Norwich City footballer Harrison Reed tests out equipment from Jordan Fitness, which has signed a new partnership deal with the club. Picture: Jason Dawson

Jason Dawson

A King’s Lynn-based fitness supplier has expanded its portfolio of elite customers after signing a partnership agreement with Norwich City Football Club.

The deal with Jordan Fitness – which designs, manufactures and supplies functional fitness equipment – will see the gym at the club’s Colney training facility refitted to reflect the new management structure.

Zak Pitt, managing director of Jordan, said he was delighted at the partnership.

“We have started to see an increase in our supply of high-profile sports facilities to the likes of Leicester City Football Club and Williams F1, who are not only investing in the development of their sports performance but also in their own employees’ health and well-being,” he said.

Stuart Webber, sporting director at Norwich City, said: “This new partnership means we have made a first step in the improving of the facilities which will ultimately aid performance on the pitch.”

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