Support In The Community
Uniconn is delighted to announce a renewed association with Junior Football team Hermes FC of the North Super League who play at Lochside Park in Bridge of Don. The deal comes at a great time for the club who are looking forward to getting the new season underway in the weeks ahead.
When the 19/20 season was curtailed due to CV19 the club were sitting 3rd in the league and with investment in the team for the new season there are exciting times ahead for the Bridge of Don outfit.
Hermes were the last team to win the Superleague in 2015 outside the dominant Banks of Dee team and they will look to get back to similar successes when the new season finally gets underway.
Hermes Committee member Dennis Ewing said “Having a company of Uniconn’s standing onboard is excellent for the club at a time when finances are very strained for clubs of all levels and it certainly supports our plans for the future. We are excited about the season upcoming which we hope to get under way late Sept early October all being well. It’s a good time to be associated with our club.”
John Lawson Uniconn Managing Director - "its great to be associated with Hermes again and we look forward to seeing how they progress."
Hermes FC Website -https://www.pitchero.com/clubs/hermesfc/
Hermes J.F.C - 31st August 2020
The club are delighted to announce the signing of Jack Tait (23). Great to see another young player joining the club.
Welcome to Hermes.
Hermes J.F.C -17th September 2020
Exciting times as Uniconn Finance Director Mike Macleod hands over the latest Veo Technologies Sports camera to Hermes JFC committee member Dennis Ewing.
The equipment is part of Uniconn's investment into the development of the club and it will be used primarily as training tool for the club to analyse games and training sessions.
Used by clubs like Manchester City and AS Roma the camera automatically follows the ball and records the whole game making it available for managers, players and supporters - this is particularly of benefit in these times where no supporters are allowed into the games.