OG Clean Fuels and Tomelilla IF have agreed on a sponsorship agreement that applies to both the men's and women's sections.
Tomelilla IF is a long-established club founded 105 years ago during the First World War and has since then had a great impact on its members and Tomelilla as a town. For over a century, the association has helped to bring together people with a passion for football and handball, and the added value that has been created is community and belonging.
OG Clean Fuels is delighted to be able to give back to Tomelilla, which has worked hard to give individuals and businesses the opportunity to use biogas as a fuel.
"Tomelilla IF is delighted to be working with one of Europe's leading companies in fossil-free fuels. Their vision of leaving a more prosperous planet for future generations goes hand in hand with our club culture." - Kenneth Mattsson, Chairman of Tomelilla IF.
"We are grateful that Tomelilla chooses to be at the forefront of climate-smart fuels and the opportunity for us to establish ourselves in the municipality. So, it feels very good to support the town's most venerable association and help them on their (fossil-free) journey." - Marcel Borger, CEO and Founder OG Clean Fuels.
About Tomelilla IF
Tomelilla IF is one of Österlen's largest football clubs with a wide range and many youth teams. They strive to develop their own players from youth players up to senior players. The goal is to make all players, managers, and members feel comfortable in the club by offering good conditions around the team, hiring coaches and managers with high competence and having an active and driven football section. The association has a total of over 800 members.
OG Clean Fuels
OG exclusively supplies 100% fossil-free fuels. OG was founded in 2008 and has since developed a network of over 220 filling stations for various fossil-free and sustainable fuels in the Netherlands, Germany, and Sweden. OG supports talent development, charity, and sports through the OG-Heroes (and other) platform, which includes Swedish Olympic gold medalist Nils van der Poel. In Tomelilla and Simrishamn, OG owns and operates 2 public biogas filling stations. Driving on locally produced biogas is just like driving on traditional fuels, except that it is fossil-free.