BetVictor agrees Fulham front-of-shirt sponsorship

Fulham FC has confirmed that Gibraltar betting group BetVictor will serve as its ‘main team sponsor until the summer of 2022’.

Agreeing terms on a two-year sponsorship, the BetVictor brand will be displayed on the front of Fulham’s first team and women’s playing kits.In addition, the bookmaker will be named as the club’s main team partner, with its logo also being displayed on adult replica shirts.

Fulham FC will kick-off the Premier League’s 2020/2021 season, playing against Arsenal at Craven Cottage this Saturday (12.30 – BT Sport 1).

BetVictor CEO Andreas Meinrad commented: “We’re really excited to be teaming up with Fulham FC and are confident of a successful season ahead for both of us.

“The Premier League always provides compelling drama. We know how much football means to our customers and we share their enthusiasm for the beautiful game. It’s all eyes on Craven Cottage for Saturday’s big kick-off.”

Further to being featured on the playing kits, BetVictor branding will also be displayed around Craven Cottage during match days as well as across the club’s website and social media platforms.

Alistair Mackintosh, Fulham CEO, added: “We welcome BetVictor on board as our Main Team Partner and look forward to working with them this season as we begin our Premier League campaign against Arsenal at Craven Cottage this weekend.

“BetVictor shares our passion for success and we hope to develop our relationship further throughout the duration of the partnership, in order to achieve and exceed our goals.”

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