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Liverpool turns success on pitch into sponsorship sales growth

Premier League club Liverpool is turning success on the pitch into steady sponsorship sales growth, as new partners continue to invest in the club’s second-tier assets.

In the last six months, Liverpool has inked six new partnerships – four global, two regional – in sectors covering insurance, foreign exchange, fashion, tourism, communications and cyber security.

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