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THE people in charge of keeping fans safe at Fratton Park will be getting some smart new uniforms ahead of the season kicking off on August 3.

It’s part of a three-year sponsorship deal signed with Maxol Facilities Management Ltd.

The Kent-based company, which works in the Portsmouth area, has agreed to a long-term deal to show its faith in the club, which is under the control of its fans.

As well as the uniforms the firm has also undertaken some safety work in the stadium over the summer.

Pompey CEO Mark Catlin said: ‘This is a great deal for the club and the fact Maxol FM wants to commit to a three-year sponsorship is a huge boost and is another sign the club is on the right lines as we rebuild our relations with business.’

Maxol FM managing director Paul Lomax added: ‘By sponsoring Portsmouth FC, especially in the area of safety which is so important in Facilities Management as with everywhere else, Maxol FM has an opportunity to grow with the club over the next few years and play our part alongside the community in seeing Pompey safely back into the top flight.’