Wolverhampton Wanderers and DIS Group have entered into an exciting partnership, with the digital print, sign and graphics specialist giving Molineux a vibrant new look for the 2019/20 season.
The Wolverhampton-based company, which already works with global brands such as Christian Dior, Rolls-Royce and Virgin Active, have used design, graphics and state-of-the-art print solutions to deliver a stunning new runway for the Molineux tunnel, stadium signage and retail graphics for the Megastore and Ticket Office.
Its team of experts have also installed a number of ‘wallscapes’ and bespoke player interview walls, featuring the club’s new shirt sponsor ManBetX.
Mark Bradley, Managing Director of DIS Group, commented: “This is a very exciting opportunity for our business and builds on previous work we have undertaken for Liverpool and Manchester City football clubs during the past twelve months.
“Wolves are keen to make sure Molineux reflects where the club is going and we have worked closely with the marketing team and a number of key contacts to create a ‘new look’ that will be enjoyed by supporters on matchday and fans all over the world.”
He continued: “We have utilised the latest in print and graphic solutions and this is just the start. There are already plans in place to support the club with marketing material, event launches and hospitality evenings.”
Steve Morton, Head of Corporate Sales at Wolves, added his support: “Having worked closely with DIS on various projects over the last few years, we are delighted to finally formalise an official partnership for the 2019/20 season.”
DIS offer vehicle graphics, interior graphic solutions, portable display systems and event branding and signage for global customers involved in business, automotive, leisure and retail sectors.
It has a full in-house design studio and 3D modelling capabilities along with large format printing, which helps it provide giant media and signage, including Europe’s largest-ever football poster and advertising for Christian Dior.
The company’s work is seen by millions of people every year at high-profile events, including Paris Fashion Week, London Cocktail Week and at St George’s Park, the home of the Football Association.