Kidderminster Harriers have secured a sponsor deal which will see computer firm OGL return as kit sponsors at Aggborough.
OGL sponsored the Harriers for seven seasons between 1997-2004 during which the Harriers were crowned Champions of the Conference and promoted into the Football League.
The new two year deal will see Worcestershire based OGL’s logo emblazoned across the new home and away shirts as well as the rear of the shirts and the team’s shorts.
Harriers Chairman Barry Norgrove said: “This is an absolutely fantastic deal for the club.
"For OGL to come on board with us and take over not only the shirt but also the shorts is absolutely brilliant, it is truly special.
"They were shirt sponsors for seven years which is an extremely long time so that tells you a lot about how highly they, as a local company, value their local football club - and we couldn't be happier to be strengthening that link again."
OGL Director Neil Morris added: "The association we had with the Harriers before was good for both parties and we're positive that this one can be as well.
"We enjoyed our previous spell sponsoring the Harriers and, being presented with the opportunity again, we are delighted to sign-up for a second term."