Halifax Wanderers and Wagners agree partnership

Law firm branding will appear in football club's anti-drink driving campaign



Canada’s Halifax Wanderers Football Club has announced a new partnership for the 2022 season with Wagners Law Firm.


The Wagners brand will appear in the Wanderers post-match ‘Don’t drink and drive’ messaging.


Based in Halifax, Wagners is a personal injury law firm that offers services in English, French and Spanish. Founder Ray Wagner is known for his work on cases including motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice and class actions cases.


“The club encourages fans to enjoy themselves at the match and be responsible for getting home safely,” Wanderers director of business development Dave Finlayson said.


“We are very proud to be associated with someone that has been involved with the local football scene since 1970 and sees the value of supporting the club. Ray Wagner has coached for over 35 years, including coaching his daughter Lisa Wagner (pictured) who has followed him into the legal practice.”


Wagners founder Ray Wagner said: “To partner with a club that impacts the community so strongly is very satisfying as a corporate partner. We hope to be able to support anyone looking for support in personal injury cases.”


A former player on the now Cape Breton University team, Wagner went on to play for many championship-winning men’s teams. His nearly 35-year coaching career with Halifax City includes winning a provincial title with his daughter Lisa Wagner in 2000.