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New partners welcome to join the Beavers’ journey of success.

Hampton & Richmond FC is eager to build on its amazing success since the new owners took charge and transformed the business both on the field and off the field, it was announced today.

The progress has been led by co-owning brothers Stefano Petruzzo and Rafaele Petruzzo who have upgraded all aspects of the Club ranging from the Club’s brand, the commercial operation, fan and football experience, community and engagement and content distribution with the support of the staff, advisors and players at the club and investors.

A spokesperson for the Club, dubbed the “Real Ted Lasso Football Club”, said: “The Beavers have move forward to build a real strong football club in an incredible destination like Richmond and London and are keep the options open for the playoff to national league at the end of the season.

“Following 12 months of continued transformation and investment, including the latest club capitalisation, management, and ownership, are delighted, and steadfastly committed to the ongoing development and growth of the club and on the back of a season of records, including a historic FA trophy run defeating two higher division clubs, Hampton & Richmond FC is open, as a result of the initial multi-million-pound investment into infrastructure and squad, to the possibility of onboarding new strategic partners keen to actively contribute to the Club’s growth journey.

“As part of the process, the Board is considering a range of potential new and existing partners, including investors, that have already expressed an interest.

“The process follows the latest capital injection from Club ownership vehicle, Ramayana Ventures Limited, and the launch of a new strategic plan that includes the development of the football infrastructure, expansion of commercial and media operations, and social impact activities focusing on youth development and life chances.”

The statement comes on the eve of the Club’s last home match against already relegated Dover (3pm tomorrow) with the Beavers still standing a chance of qualifying for the play-offs. The Club is currently eighth in the National League South with 69 points.

The Club added: “Tomorrow, Saturday, April 13, we host already relegated Dover.  Having picked up a big win over second-placed Chelmsford in recent weeks, we cannot take this result for granted, so we all need to be right behind Mel and the boys for our final home game of the regular season.

“Tomorrow will also be a time to reflect, celebrate and party! We have three Player of the Season Awards to give away, and fans have 24 opportunities to win prizes for themselves! Simply arrive before 2:30PM and you will receive a prize a raffle ticket which gives you a chance of winning one of 24 prizes. Our bars will also be open ’til late, with lovely weather expected!

You can still purchase your tickets for £12

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