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Football Index secures January sponsorship of Notts County

Football Index has boosted its sponsorship portfolio after agreeing a deal to become front of shirt sponsor of League Two side Notts County for the month of January 2019.

Licensed by the UK Gambling Commission under BetIndex Limited, Football Index is the world’s first football stock market where you can buy and sell footballers with real money.

The company’s logo will be emblazoned on Notts County shirts for the club’s vital home clashes against Cambridge and Newport County, as well as away games versus Colchester, Oldham and Yeovil.

The announcement marks another prominent partnership for Football Index, who continues to sponsor Bristol Rovers, as well as work with ambassadors such as Guillem Balague and John Motson, who was signed as the voice of the firm’s national TV and radio ads for the 2018/19 season.

Adam Cole, Football Index Founder and CEO (pictured right), said: “Notts County are a side steeped in history and we are delighted to have agreed a deal to be their front of shirt sponsor for January.

“The League Two side have some of the most passionate and loyal fans in football and we see this as a great opportunity to raise our profile and look forward to supporting them to victory.”

Kirsty Edwards, Commercial Director at Notts County, added: “Football Index offers one of the most innovative and exciting products on the market and we are really pleased to have formed a partnership with them.”

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