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Everton hopes for favourable rates with new partner

English Premier League football club Everton has agreed a multi-year partnership with currency exchange and international payments company moneycorp.

The London-headquartered firm becomes the Merseyside club’s first international payments partner and also the exclusive foreign currency provider for all relevant services relating to foreign exchange payments, including player transfer transactions.

The agreement includes access to marketing assets across the club, a presence at Goodison Park stadium on matchdays to increase awareness of moneycorp’s products in the UK, Australia, Brazil and the USA and back-of-shirt branding for Everton’s women’s team. Moneycorp will be offering fans a range of special offers designed to get the most from their international payments.

Lee McDarby, managing director of corporate foreign exchange and international payments at moneycorp, said: “Foreign exchange is a crucial part of football today with hundreds of millions crossing borders in every transfer window. As Everton FC’s official international payments partner, we are excited to share our expertise with the team, affiliate businesses and fans alike.”

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