AFC Bournemouth has done sponsorship deals with a host of businesses for the 2018-19 season.

Among sponsorships announced recently:

n Yellow Buses will continue backing its Soccer Safety Schools for primary pupils over the next two seasons, with Cherries star Dan Gosling heading the initiative. The schools began in 2016 and the club will be giving away two Junior Cherries memberships on social media.

n Westover Group will be official motor partner for the next two years. It will work on campaigns and competitions promoted across the team’s website and social media channels.

n Poole and Wimborne-based chartered accountants Hill Osborne is official partner of AFC Business for a ninth consecutive year. It will be headline sponsor of the AFC Business Chairman’s Luncheon in February 2019 and have a presence at corporate and club events.

n AECC University College in Boscombe is official player performance partner for the season. It supports the club with health science expertise and clinical services. It will also attend corporate events, host hospitality and sponsor Dan Gosling’s kit.

n Village Hotel Club is continuing as regional supporter of the club this season. It backs the under-21s development squad by offering access to leisure facilities at the hotel off Castle Lane West, helping with recovery sessions and personal development.

n W&S Recycling has signed on to sponsor AFC Bournemouth Women for another two years. It supported the campaign which saw the squad promoted to the Southern Region Women’s Premier League and the squad will continue to play with the W+S Recycling logo on its shirts.

* Long-established office supplies firm Speedy Marquee is official office supplier for a fifth consecutive year as well as supporting the club in other ways. The Bournemouth-based firm will also continue supporting the matchday scoreboard team sheet.

n Beales department store is official partner of AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust for a second year.

It is sponsoring Bournemouth’s contribution to Premier League Kicks, headed locally by Cherries defender Tyrone Mings, which offers free football to thousands of youngsters.

n Bournemouth and London-based IT Support Business returns as official partner of the Cherries’ non-profit Community Sports Trust and sponsors schools project Connect With Care.