New PR agency: "We want to tell the incredible football stories from all around the world"

24 January 2020

Photo: Getty Images Most clubs have invested heavily in building up strong PR-teams who delivers content to the fans. But still new PR agency MatchFit believe there is a scope for quality, expert agencies to work collaboratively with clubs and take this to another level. Pictured is former Everton player Kevin Kilbane being interviewed in the Everton fan zone prior to a Premier League match.

Having soft-launched and already cooperated with major organisations, Donald Parish and Will Mitchell have now formally launched their PR agency, MatchFit.

The co-founders have already picked up experience working with Aviva and the FA.

Global expansion is part of their plan - but they're not willing to pay any price for it.

They want to compete on versatility and personal fingerprint.

Daniel Nordentoft

With the launch of MatchFit, Donald Parish and Will Mitchell, co-founders of the new sports PR agency, have made it clear that they have ambitions of global expansion, but never to the detriment of the agency's creative output.

Parish and Mitchell have now formally announced that the agency is open for business, having soft-launched earlier this year and already worked with the FA on several projects.

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