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SportPesa adds FAI to football roster

Kenyan bookmaker SportPesa has further enhanced its football sponsorship portfolio by agreeing a two-year deal with the Football Association of Ireland.

As part of the new sponsorship deal, SportPesa will partner with the FAI on a corporate social responsibility programme.

SportPesa is currently in the second season of a betting partnership with League of Ireland Premier Division team Cork City.

The company also holds agreements with English Premier League clubs Everton, Arsenal and Southampton, and Championship club Hull City.

SportPesa is based in Kenya and has offices in Tanzania, South Africa and the Isle of Man. It holds a betting license in Ireland.

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