A KENNET garage welcomed a group of the Stirling Albion 2012s for a tour of their premises over the weekend.

Foz Sports Alloys, based in Kennet Village, hosted the group of kids for a tour of their garage to celebrate becoming their new official kit sponsor.

The kids had a look around the busy shop floor at Foz Alloys, whose logo will now appear on the red and white Albion shirts.

The group was accompanied by some of the team coaches, who all posed for photos besides some of the alloys produced within Scotland’s largest – and the UK’s second largest – oven.

The young Binos also had the chance to pretend to staff the office at the garage in Kennet, near Clackmannan.

After the visit, Derek Lambie, head coach for the 2012 Whites, was extremely thankful to Foz Sports Alloys for their support and for allowing the team to visit.

He said: “Support from fantastic businesses such as Foz Sports Alloys is vital to the success of grassroots teams such as ours.

“We are so grateful to them, and it was super to get a look around their facility with the boys.”

Foz Sports Alloys specialises in alloy wheel repair and refurbishment and has more than a decade of experience within the industry.

They have now committed to being the 2012s home kit sponsor for the 2023-2024 season and a social media reel of the players wearing their new strip has gone viral, with more than 220,000 view on Instagram.