Ipswich Wanderers have won a 'significant' sponsorship donation which will help ensure they  avoid enforced relegation.

The donation came after a campaign by Ipswich MP Tom Hunt who highlighted, in his Ipswich Star column, the club's impressive progress in recent seasons and its need for support to ensure that progress can continue. 

Wanderers currently play at step four of the football pyramid, following back-to-back promotions from step six.

However, each step up the league requires new ground requirements which require funding, or the club cannot progress.

Now, S&P UK Ventilation Systems have announced a significant sponsorship donation to allow the club to march on. 

Ipswich Star: Tom Hunt with Alexander Finch and Stephen Boyle (centre)Tom Hunt with Alexander Finch and Stephen Boyle (centre) (Image: Supplied)

Managing Director of S&P UK Ventilation Systems, Alexander Finch, said: “After seeing Tom’s recent campaign, we as a business wanted to get involved and give back to the community we operate in. I used to play here, and it is amazing to see how much the club has changed and how much potential there is at Ipswich Wanderers”. 

“As a company, we will be getting involved with community days to help develop this project and continue Ipswich Wanderers on their recent meteoric rise”. 

Club chairman Stephen Boyle added: “The club is ambitious and there is no upper limit on what can be achieved.

“Tom has always been a loyal partner of Ipswich Wanderers, he has always been accessible as we searched for funding and is someone, we as a club, consider as a friend. He is passionate about the game and ensuring the future of grassroots football is secured”. 

Tom Hunt MP said: “As a club that sits at the heart of our community, I wanted to ensure they got the funding required to capitalise on the back of a successful couple of years.

"Alexander getting on board will help ensure Ipswich Wanderers can continue their rise up the football leagues and hopefully soon the town will boast two professional teams”.