Causeway Chronicle


The NI Football League are delighted to announce an exciting new commercial partnership with Used Cars NI.

Joining on a two-year deal, Used Cars NI have signed up as NIFL’s exclusive automotive partner, starting this season.

Gerard Lawlor, NI Football League CEO said, “The NI Football League has grown to become one of the leading sporting entities in Northern Ireland for partners to promote their brand, and we’re delighted that Used Cars NI will be partnering with us on our journey over the next two seasons, as we continue to grow and entertain fans in our thousands.”

Stephen Kelly, Used Cars NI said, “We are thrilled to be supporting the NI Football league. On a personal level, I’m an avid fan of the league but professionally the synergy between the Used Cars NI brand and NIFL were clear. The growth of the league in recent years has been fantastic to see, and we are excited to be part of that journey over the next two seasons.”

The partnership will see Used Cars NI promoted through the NI Football League network as impactful signage at stadiums and bespoke digital content on social channels will be supplemented by promotion of the NI Football League through the Used Cars NI app over a million times a season!

Used Cars is NI’s leading digital vehicle marketplace with over 18,000 NI cars for sale and more than 40,000 visitors each day. With the biggest online selection of used cars for sale in the province and industry leading data to help you easily compare your favourites, Used Cars NI is the place to buy or sell your car.

400,000+ fans enjoyed the live action and excitement of the NI Football League in stadiums last season, and there’s not long to wait until the start of the new Sports Direct Premiership season which kicks off on Friday 4 August – with multiple games live to watch on both BBC Sport NI and Sky Sports on the opening weekend of the new campaign.

Fans can also enjoy exclusive content on NIFL channels from Used Cars NI’s pre-season races, as players from across the Premiership clubs competed against each other to be the fastest club on the track!


Maurice Bradley