Horsham FC are delighted to announce a multi-year partnership agreement with Camping World, which will see our new ground named ‘The Camping World Community Stadium’.

As part of the deal, Camping World become the club’s premier sponsor, with the Camping World logo set to appear on the backs of first team home and away shirts, above the player numbers.

The deal is set to last an initial three years with an option to extend to a further two, bringing the new partnership to a total of five years.

Horsham FC chairman Kevin Borrett and Camping World managing director Nathan Hyde sign on the dotted line


Horsham FC’s Commercial Director Paul Osborn said: ”We are delighted to be partnering with an outstanding company such as Camping World that shares our core community values of healthy living and outdoor activity.

“This is a partnership that brings far more than financial benefits to the Club and we very much look forward to working closely with Camping World in a number of areas that will be of mutual benefit to both organisations.”

Camping World’s Managing Director Nathan Hyde said “Being a key part of the Horsham business community for so many years, this is a great opportunity to be able to support our local team and give something back to the area. The new stadium is the jewel at the heart of the Horsham community and reflects the Club’s ambition.”

Camping World’s flagship retail store is situated in Horsham and consumers come from all over the country to visit the UK’s largest outdoor tent display. The Camping World Community Stadium features the latest artificial pitch technology and a state-of-the-art clubhouse building.

The stadium will host first team football for the first time when we take on Hartley Wintney in just one week, before hosting Haywards Heath Town three days later.

Meanwhile, the stadium will host its official opening in a fortnight when we host League Two side Crawley Town.

Tickets for all three games remain on sale, and supporters are reminded that tickets will NOT be sold on the day and must be purchased in advance. More details on how to buy your pre-season friendly tickets can be found here: Tickets


  1. cowshedfred says:

    I have nothing against camping world but fuming with the club for this. When did the much heralded community have any say? In particular the community that supported the club on it’s hard journey from queen street to the camping community stadium? There is a balance between trying to make as much money as you can and selling your soul. Horsham Fc just did that on top of naming rights to other ‘stands.’ In times when football fans are leaving league football in their masses because of money.,why are Horsham fc trying to create a sterile commercial environment from day one? Our stadium name will be a laughing stock in the non league world. Thanks for asking us.

    • Matt Jones says:


      We are sorry to hear you don’t like our stadium name, however we hope you can see beyond it. After all, there is more to a home than a name. Home isn’t in the bricks and mortar but it’s in the memories we make and what we build there. Currently it’s a blank canvas and it’s up to all of us, as a football family, to see what we can do to make it feel like home. We hope you’ll be there to join us in making brand new memories for both current and upcoming generations.

  2. cowshedfred says:

    Matt Jones. “currently it is a blank canvas”. It’s plastered in sponsors names and your replying to my comment on giving our ground (not a stadium) a ridiculous name. . How is that a blank canvas? You say it is up to as to what we make of it. Seeing as you mentioned a canvas, try using one to gauge the fans opinion.

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