A FOOTBALL club has updated its links with a computer firm.

Huddersfield Town has confirmed that South Yorkshire IT business CBC Computers has renewed its official partnership with the Galpharm club for another year.

CBC Computers is one of the biggest providers of IT infrastructure services in the region. The extension of its partnership with the club will see its brand feature around the stadium throughout the 2011/12 season.

For a number of years CBC has provided IT support to the Huddersfield Town Academy, but the relationship has moved up a gear recently – with CBC getting involved with Town supporters. The firm sponsored a set of free vuvuzela horns in the club’s family stand for the 2010/11 season-opening game against Tranmere Rovers.

CBC managing director Mark Goodwin said: “We are very proud to be associated for a second year with Huddersfield Town – a local club that has strong family and local business values. We have seen first hand the club’s progression on and off the field over the last year and we look forward to this continuing”