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    Following their promotion winning 2018/19 season – Leyton Orient are back in the English Football League at Breyer Group Stadium

    English Football League Two and community events at Breyer Group Stadium. Home of Leyton Orient Football Club

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    Breyer Group Family Day - 12th October 2019

    A wet, but still fun, day out for 150 staff and their families saw an exciting O’s 3-1 ‘comeback’ victory versus Walsall at Breyer Group Stadium.
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    Charlie Edinburgh (right) receives a donation to the JE3 foundation - an organisation now raising awareness on CPR training and the need for a law change requiring defibrillators in all sports facilities.

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    Justin Edinburgh
    18 December 1969 – 8 June 2019

    A fantastic manager who turned around the fortunes of the O’s. Never too busy to give up his time for good causes. Thank you Justin!

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    Breyer Foundation 7-a-side tournament - at the stadium raising money for Breyer Foundation community causes.

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    16 teams battled on the O’s fantastic pitch on a warm evening.

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    John Rowan and Partners played exceptionally all evening to win the Breyer Foundation Trophy, beating Savills by a penalty shoot out in the final.

    Well done! and a huge thank you to all who took part.

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    Breyer Group team sleeping rough at the stadium for worldchildcancer.org £20k+ raised

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    The O’s crowned National League Champions on 27th April 2019 – a truly wonderful day!

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    Residents from Clarion Housing Association enjoy a match day at Breyer Group Stadium. They saw an exciting game v Halifax…with a last gasp equalizer from the O’s - securing them what proved to be a vital point in their promotion winning season.

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    ‘All in all it was a great experience, the kids and parents alike all had a great time, with maybe even a few new O's fans!’.

    Justin Brett
    Neighbourhood Investment Officer (South London)
    Clarion Futures Communities

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    Breyer Foundation fundraising day at the Stadium on O’s matchday versus Gateshead

    £1,000 raised for Richard House Children’s Hospice.
    A huge thank you! to all our volunteers.

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    Remembrance

    Remembrance day at Breyer Group Stadium – honouring all those Clapton Orient players and staff who joined the “footballers battalions” in WW1

    “Good luck to Clapton Orient FC, no football club had paid a greater price to patriotism." (King George V)

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    Partnership agreed  - May 2018

    Partnership agreed - May 2018

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    Tim Breyer and Danny Macklin (Leyton Orient CEO)

    Tim Breyer and Danny Macklin (Leyton Orient CEO)

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    West Stand façade on Oliver Road E10

    West Stand façade on Oliver Road E10

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    Our ‘Unity’ logo

    Our ‘Unity’ logo

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    Fred Breyer celebrating his 90th birthday recently in the clubs directors  lounge – with Kent Teague the owner of Leyton Orient.

    Fred Breyer celebrating his 90th birthday recently in the clubs directors lounge – with Kent Teague the owner of Leyton Orient.

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    Next generation! – Frederick with Theo (the O’s mascot)

    Next generation! – Frederick with Theo (the O’s mascot)

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    Local ‘not for profit’ organisations to benefit

    Local ‘not for profit’ organisations to benefit

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    Up the O’s!!

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    Cheers

    Cheers!

Breyer Group Stadium - Our sponsorship of the stadium at Leyton Orient FC, London E10

The relationship is the perfect fit between club and company with the business being started by lifelong O’s fan Fred Breyer in 1956, with its first offices in Leyton itself.

For 63 years the business has been serving the East London community with all manner of construction, refurbishment and roofing projects. Orient are a community club and are pleased to be so closely associated with a business who’s roots are so firmly based in the district.

Along with the prestige of an EFL League 2 stadium name the company is advertised widely around the ground, TV backdrop, tickets and merchandise. There is the hospitality of staff, clients and residents.

Importantly the Breyer Foundation is also benefiting. Regular fundraising exercises for the foundation and other local charities have been carried out.

The business is using the facility for its CSR activities - with local “not for profit” organisations being at the forefront.
All in all this is a valuable initiative for the company, its people, the club and community. The Group looks forward to further strengthening this partnership in the years to come.

Tim Breyer – Managing Director