Grosvenor Casinos named main partner for Fulham FC

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Fulham Football Club has confirmed its new main team partner will be the fully UK licensed online casino and sports betting provider, Grosvenor Casinos.


The two-year deal will see Grosvenor Casinos’ logo displayed on the playing shirts worn by the Club’s First Team and PL2 side as well as designation as the Club’s official betting and casino partner for the duration of the partnership.

The partnership agreement was announced on the same day as the official unveiling of the Club’s new Adidas home kit, which will be worn this Saturday for the first time when Fulham hosts VfL Wolfsburg at Craven Cottage in a pre-season friendly.

Fulham Football Club finished last season’s Championship league campaign in 6th position, earning a play-off place. The team is in the final stages of pre-season preparations before the starting the 2017/18 campaign at home against Norwich City on Saturday 5 August.

As well as presence on the playing shirts, Grosvenor’s branding will appear prominently around Craven Cottage on the Club’s new LED system, as well as exclusive branding at the Putney End stand.

Casper Stylsvig, Chief Revenue Officer of Fulham FC said: “I am delighted to welcome as Main Team Partner. We are thrilled to have a partner on board which matches our ambition of delivering a first class service and experience and we look forward to working together.”

The partners claim Fulham FC’s media and social media platforms will enhance awareness of the Grosvenor Casinos brand, to both domestic and international football audiences – as well as assist the casino raise the profile of its sports betting, online casino and online poker products.

Henry Birch, Chief Executive of The Rank Group plc which owns said: “ is delighted to be part of Fulham FC’s charge back to the Premier League as Main Team Partner. Both the Club and Grosvenor Casinos have strong brands and proud histories and we look forward to working together and supporting the Club and fans.”

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