Four Pillars Hotels and Oxford United Football Club maintain partnership

Independent hotel group, Four Pillars Hotels, is maintaining its partnership with Oxford United Football Club (OUFC) for a second season.  With four hotels in Oxfordshire, including the Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel just one mile from the stadium, OUFC is Four Pillars’ local team and as well as being the club’s new Official Hotel Partner, the company will also be the match sponsor for the games against Bradford City on 22 September 2012 and Bristol Rovers on 09 February 2013.

Chris Green, Group Marketing Manager at Four Pillars Hotels, says “We place great importance on supporting our local community and are very proud to continue our partnership with Oxford United.  Our hotels are great places to meet and share in the excitement of supporting our local team, so we look forward to welcoming friends old and new to Four Pillars Hotels during the coming season.”

Owen Clark, Business Development Manager of OUFC says, “We are delighted that Four Pillars Hotels have decided to continue with their sponsorship for a second year.    As a local company with strong community values, they are a great partner for OUFC and we value their continued support”. 

Four Pillars Hotels has six properties across Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds, ranging from a Victorian Grade II listed mansion, to the stunning lakeside property in the heart of the Cotswold Water Park.  The four hotels in Oxfordshire include the Oxford Spires Four Pillars Hotel, just half a mile from the city centre; the Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel, just a mile from the OUFC stadium in Sandford-on-Thames; the Oxford Witney Four Pillars Hotel and the Oxford Abingdon Four Pillars Hotel.

For more information on Four Pillars Hotels visit or call 0800 374 692.

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