Viessmann installers from England and Germany staged friendly rematch at Huddersfield Town Football Club on May 12th.
Huddersfield, UK – Viessmann-trained installers from England and Germany competed against each other in a friendly, or ‘Vriendly’, football match at Huddersfield Town Football Club on May 12th. Unfortunately for the host side, the score was 1-8 to Germany, but the result did little to dampen the spirits of the 11 players recruited from Plymouth, Kendal, Cambridgeshire, Derby as well as the Huddersfield area.
This was the second England v. Germany Vriendly to be played at Huddersfield Town’s PPG Canalside Training Ground, following the inaugural match last year. German heating systems manufacturer, Viessmann, is the official heating partner to Huddersfield Town and has been a team sheet sponsor for the past three seasons. The match came just days after it was confirmed that Huddersfield Town would stay up in the Premier League next season.
Viessmann marketing director, Darren McMahon, said, “The Viessmann Vriendly has become a great way for some of our heating engineers to build relationships with their German counterparts and celebrate the strong Anglo-German link that is mirrored at Huddersfield Town, with its German manager and players. Like Huddersfield, Viessmann is family oriented and it’s in that spirit that we’ve approached the competition.”
In addition to the football match, the two teams of installers stayed to watch Huddersfield Town’s final Premier League match of the season, against Arsenal, at the John Smith’s Stadium, on May 13th.
Image – Viessmann installers from England and Germany staged friendly rematch at Huddersfield Town Football Club on May 12th.
Image – Like Huddersfield, Viessmann is family oriented and it’s in that spirit that we’ve approached the competition.” Darren McMahon – Viessmann marketing director.
About Viessmann Ltd.
Viessmann Limited is part of the Viessmann Group of companies, which is one of the leading international manufacturers of heating systems, industrial systems and refrigeration systems. Founded in 1917, Viessmann remains a family-owned business and has over 12,000 employees across the world.
Viessmann has 23 production divisions in 12 countries, subsidiaries and representations in 74 countries and 120 sales offices around the world. The company’s commitment to the highest standards of manufacturing has led to its systems being awarded a multitude of awards over the course of its history.
Viessmann’s comprehensive product range of domestic and commercial heating systems has an output range of 1.5 to 120,000 kW. It offers oil and gas-fired boilers, solar thermal and photovoltaics, combined heat and power modules (CHP), ground, air and water sourced heat pumps, biomass boilers and fuel cell heating systems.