Carrs Pasties Renew Stand Sponsorship With Wanderers

Carrs Pasties

Bolton Wanderers are delighted to confirm that local, family-run bakery Carrs Pasties have extended their partnership with the Club until the 2026/27 season.

Sponsors of the North Stand since 2017, this latest contract renewal will see Carrs Pasties go on to complete a decade as a key partner of the Whites.

The partnership sees the bakery’s branding remain prominent throughout the façade of the North Stand and inside the stadium bowl. In addition, the Carrs Pasties logo will feature across the big screens and LEDs on a match day.

Carrs Pasties products will also remain available to supporters throughout the concourses and in the Fan Zone at the Toughsheet Community Stadium.


Neil Hart, Chief Executive Officer at Bolton Wanderers said: “We are delighted to be renewing our long-standing and valued partnership with Carrs Pasties.

“Carrs Pasties are synonymous with this town and we are proud to be so closely connected to a truly legendary Bolton business.

“We extend our thanks to Joe and Matt Carr who continue to not only be loyal friends of the Club but wonderful people to work with. We look forward to our partnership continuing for years to come.”

John O’Brien, Head of Commercial at Carrs Pasties said: “We are thrilled to announce the renewal of the partnership with Bolton Wanderers. We’re passionate about being a part of the community and making a difference to the communities we serve.

“The club is so important to the town and we’re proud to be able to show our support. Fingers crossed for an amazing season!”

Founded in 1938 in Bolton, the bakery has now passed down through three generations of the Carrs family and is currently operated by Joe, Liam and Matt Carr.

With the original shop still open on Halliwell Road in Bolton, over the years the company had added multiple stores to its portfolio – most recently opening on Middlebrook Retail Park – and, through its ecommerce site, now delivers its pasties nationwide.

Shop Carrs Pasties and find out more about the Bolton-based bakery here.

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