The Yorkshire County Cricket Club can confirm that Mazars will relinquish its ‘Principal Partner’ status at the end of the current season.

The International accountancy and advisory firm has been the Club’s principal partner since 2014 and both parties have enjoyed a highly beneficial relationship that has spanned the last six years. The Club can confirm it is in continued negotiations with a number of parties, as well as welcoming significant interest from several others, as it looks to partner with a business whose values and ambitions chime most closely.

Mazars will continue its support, but this opens up a highly-coveted opportunity to obtain ‘principal partner’ status with a Club established over 150 years ago. The Club’s traditions are unrivalled, its history renowned throughout the world. The county’s passion for the sport is unmatched. No other county in the history of the game has won more trophies and produced more players for England.

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