PLSFC Signs Two-Year Sponsorship Deal with Cypher Language Services

PHILADELPHIA (Pennsylvania)Philadelphia Lone Star FC is excited to announce Cypher Language Services LLC as the club’s new primary jersey sponsor for the NPSL Team until the end of the 2020 season, with an option to extend further. Last season, Cypher was the main sponsor for the successful season the U23 team had competing in the UPSL.

“Cypher Language Services LLC is very excited to announce our continued sponsorship of the Philadelphia Lone Star Football Club (PLSFC),” said Cypher Language Services LLC Co-Owners Juan Lara and Paul Rossert.

“At Cypher, we believe in giving back to our community and one of our goals has been to provide funding for community-based services and programs. As immigrants ourselves we have a special connection with the cause of PLSFC.

“In addition to their great work on the field, PLSFC also provides after-school activities such as homework help, tutoring and transportation to and from school activities for their academy players. PLSFC also runs camps and clinics during school breaks, providing a safe place for parents to send their children when school is not in session. At Cypher we are passionate about their cause and hope that our continued partnership will expand the work that PLSFC is doing in the community.

“It’s been a great experience working with Philadelphia Lone Star FC President Paul Konneh and his staff and we look forward to continuing to work with his team to increase awareness of PLSFC and their mission in the Philadelphia region.

“Finally, as huge soccer fans, we are very excited to sponsor the first team and continuing to be part of the winning tradition of Philadelphia Lone Star Football Club!

“We are happy to maintain Cypher Language Services as a Title Sponsor, this time as our First Team Title Sponsor,” said Philadelphia Lone Star FC President Paul Konneh.

“It was nice seeing Paul Rossert attend nearly all our games last season and I was excited that he and Juan Lara are still on-board for another two seasons.

“Our club was founded by immigrants and nearly all of our current players are immigrants, so maintaining a long-term sponsorship deal with an immigrant-owned company like Cypher Language Services is very much welcoming.

“As you know, they also do a great work at Cypher Language Services where they assist their clients with translation and interpretation services with greater efficiency at a lower rate. We are thankful for their support and honored for their belief in our vision as we begin our seventh season in the NPSL next year.”

As Philadelphia Lone Star FC’s NPSL Team Title Sponsor, Cypher Language Services logo will be adorned on the front of the club’s NPSL Team jerseys and the company will also have its logo placed around the stadium during all NPSL home games.

Philadelphia Lone Star FC will begin the 2019 NPSL season in early May and will play in the NPSL Northeast Keystone Conference. Last season, the team qualified for the play-offs for the very first time, losing in the semi-finals. The team was also ranked sixth nationally amongst 98 NPSL teams in the United States.

About Cypher Language Services

Cypher Language Services is an immigrant-owned language service provider based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with an office in the Minneapolis – Saint Paul, Minnesota area. Cypher has the capacity to secure linguists in over 150 languages and dialects. Cypher delivers interpretation services in the Greater Philadelphia and Twin Cities areas, and their written translation services know no boundaries. Their agency works across industries including healthcare providers, law firms, financial companies and securities agencies as well as local and national non-profits.

For more information on Cypher Language Services, visit www.cypherlanguages.com

About Philadelphia Lone Star Football Club

Philadelphia Lone Star Football Club is Philadelphia’s only minor-league soccer club competing in both the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) and the United Premier Soccer League (UPSL). Founded in 2001 by West African immigrants, the club has grown from a single team of 11 players, to four teams of over 100 players. The club mission is to assist the youth and young adults of the Philadelphia area with competitive and non-competitive soccer training and educational development so as to prepare them for collegiate and/or professional soccer career.

For more information about Philadelphia Lone Star Football Club, please visit www.philadelphialonestarfc.com

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