Boylesports builds up social profile with OffTheBall Ireland

Irish multi-media sports publisher OffTheBall (OffTheBall.com) has confirmed that Boylesports will be the title sponsor for its dedicated football and GAA (hurling) content coverage.

Focusing on delivering sports insights, opinion and debate through social media verticals (YouTube, Facebook, podcasts etc..) OffTheBall has become Ireland’s leading publisher of daily sports content.

Agreeing to an initial 12-month contract, Boylesports will become the title sponsor for all OffTheBall syndicated content relating to football and GAA coverage.

Confirming the deal, Ger Gilroy Managing Director from OffTheBall, said:

“We are delighted to be working with BoyleSports on this partnership, which is the biggest sponsorship to date across the Communicorp Group. From March, BoyleSports will be partnering with us on all video, digital, radio and events content for football and GAA. We are really looking forward to developing this new partnership to allow us deliver more innovative content than ever, to our very loyal audience.”

As title sponsor, Boylesports will gain brand coverage throughout OffTheBall’s social and video channels, with bookmaker further sponsoring OffTheBall’s popular live Irish Sports shows throughout 2018.

Backing OffTheBall coverage, Leon Blanche from BoyleSports said: “We are really excited to announce this partnership between BoyleSports and OffTheBall.com, which delivered record high audience figures in the latest JNLR results. We are looking forward to collaborating with the OffTheBall team, to supply fantastic content and promotions for their audience across their football & GAA platforms.”

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