32 Red Signs New Sponsorship Deals with Crawley Town and Newport AFC.

EGRGibraltar based igaming operator 32 Red have signed new shirt sponsorship deals with English N-Power League clubs Crawley Town FC and Newport County AFC for the upcoming 2013-2014 English football season. 32 Red further extend their promotional and marketing efforts with English football, by increasing exposure in English lower league football.

Crawley Town FC based in West Sussex currently play in the English third tier of football division ‘League 1’. Newport County AFC based in South Wales currently play in League 2, the forth tier of English football. Although the full terms of shirt sponsorship for both clubs have yet to be fully disclosed, Newport County Chairman Les Scadding announced that Newport AFC had secured a “Record Shirt Sponsorship Deal”

32 Red currently sponsors of Premiership football club Aston Villa, have not disclosed the full cost of sponsoring rawley Town FC and Newport County AFC. This past season saw the end of 32 Red four year shirt sponsorship of with Swansea City after the operator agreed to the early termination of its shirt sponsorship deal following a request by the Premiership club. 32 Red’s head of marketing Mark Quayle commented “Having sponsored two clubs playing at the top of English Football, We’re looking to extend our reach to the roots of football”.

Due to new sporting regulations carried out by the Football League, 32Red will not be able to advertise on child-sized replica shirts

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