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Premier League champion Manchester City has aligned with the growing meat-free eating trend through its partnership with food and beverage specialists Nestlé Professional.

Global bank HSBC signed a five-year deal with Tottenham Hotspur that prioritises rights linked to the stadium-led regeneration of the local area.

Blackwell Global leveraged its assets as Everton’s first Official Brokerage Partner through a player-fronted campaign that engaged traders through a contest incentivized via club-linked prizes.

Cryptocurrency sportsbook Sportsbet.io activated its Watford sponsorship through a two-pronged (shirt and sleeve) campaign that set out to simultaneously build its brand and drive awareness of Bitcoin.

DHL activated its official logistics partnership with Leicester City via ‘Win Global Exposure’: a B2B campaign targeting small- and medium-sized enterprises.

The Bitcoin logo (₿) will appear on the shirt sleeve of Premier League football club Watford for the rest of this season, as part of a promotional drive by the club’s main shirt sponsor, betting brand Spo…
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Premier League clubs Liverpool and Chelsea have suspended all advertising with Russian-owned betting operator 1XBet – a week after Tottenham Hotspur terminated its sponsorship with the brand.
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Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur has signed a partnership agreement with energy drink brand Monster Energy, SportBusiness Sponsorship can reveal
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The English Football Association has agreed a three-year partnership with the international arm of Japanese children’s entertainment property the Pokémon Company.
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Everton and game maker Rovio activated their sleeve sponsorship by turning three Everton players into limited-edition characters in its latest version of the Angry Birds franchise.

With sports statistics more readily available than ever, SAP’s ‘Who’s the Blue?’ campaign tested the knowledge of Manchester City fans through a global social media campaign.

1XBet spent big to oust BetVictor as Liverpool's exclusive betting partner, and MG Motor upgraded its China deal to global

Manchester United’s multi-year licensing and global partnership deal with Hawaiian sunglass brand Maui Jim reflects a new pricing and acquisition strategy for the club’s global partnerships. 

Several Premier League clubs have seen uplifts of 40 per cent or more in the value of their front-of-shirt rights going into the 2019-20 season, SportBusiness Sponsorship has learned.

Wolverhampton Wanderers has secured a significant increase in the value of its front-of-shirt rights, after striking a new deal with Asian-facing gambling platform ManBetX.

British sportswear brand Umbro has renewed its kit-supply agreements with Premier League clubs Everton and West Ham.

The partnership is understood to be a three-season deal, from 2019-20 to 2021-22, and builds on AXA’s existing Global Partner agreement with Liverpool.

The deal is the largest ever sponsorship investment in UK women’s sport and comes less than a year after the league went fully professional in September 2018.

Under the five-year global deal, Oppo will become the first Official Smartphone Partner of The Championships, Wimbledon, as the event is officially known.

UK cashless payments brand tappit is paying between £1m (€1.1m/$1.3m) and £1.5m per season to partner with Premier League club Manchester City, according to industry sources.

Russian betting brand 1XBet is paying roughly the same for African betting partner rights at Tottenham Hotspur as the club’s two other Regional Betting Partners combined.

SportBusiness Sponsorship has conducted extensive research into partnerships across the top five leagues in European football, covering over two thousand deals

The Premier League’s biggest central deal is with EA Sports, worth about £30m per season. T

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.

Sporting goods brand Nike, video game maker EA Sports and global bank Barclays have renewed their respective Premier League partnerships beyond the 2016-17 to 2018-19 cycle, while incumbent beer brand…

Italian coffee brand Lavazza has made its first entry into Premier League sponsorship, after striking new deals with two of the league’s biggest clubs.

Puma’s deal to become Manchester City’s main kit supplier – taking over from Nike – at the start of next season is worth roughly five times the current deal, SportBusiness Sponsorship understands. The

Japanese tyre brand Falken Tire has tripled its investment in European football clubs since the 2015-16 season in an ongoing brand awareness campaign that now comprises between 20 and 30 per cent of its…