The Chesh are delighted to announce a club sponsorship deal with the prestigious Johnson & Boon Solicitors.

The deal will see Johnson & Boon Solicitors join Revolution Four as the club’s main sponsors for the 2018-19 season. Their logo will emblazon the brand new away kit, which will be exclusively unveiled right here at midnight tonight.

It is an exciting proposition to partner up with such an establish firm as Johnson & Boon. Their excitement and enthusiasm towards what we are trying to achieve at this club was infectious, and it became quickly apparent that our two organisations were a perfect fit. 

The expertise they offer to our club members and the wider public just adds even more value to their involvement with our club and we are all chomping at the bit to get started working together over the coming season.

Mark Pollard | Chairman

Johnson & Boon Solicitors are based in Wallasey, but with their team of experts, provide representation to clients all over the UK in a host of areas:

  • Business Law
  • Family Law
  • Civil Disputes
  • Landlord & Tenant
  • Tenancy Deposit Claims

Perhaps most uniquely is the fact that Chris Johnson, one of the firm’s directors, was once a professional footballer, having played for Blackburn Rovers and Lancaster to name but a few clubs.

Both Chris and I have a passion for grassroots football. We have been fans all our life, and the chance to support a local team, particularly one who is so forward thinking, was too good an opportunity to pass up. 

We have ordered our team shirts for the new season and will be spending the next year being unapologetically partisan about our allegiance to the club. On behalf of our firm, we wish the club all the best for the new season and Chris and I can’t wait to get the chance to head down to the Chesh to catch a game.

Rob Boon | Director

If you would like to learn more about Johnson & Boon Solicitors you can visit their website here. Should you have any legal issues or simply would like some advice, you can contact them for a no obligation initial consultation by emailing