Spreadex named official partner of Fulham FC
Sports betting firm Spreadex has today been announced as a Principal Partner of Fulham Football Club for the next two seasons.
The Spreadex Trading logo will become a regular feature at Craven Cottage, including on the back of all kits worn by the First Team players.This season’s kits will be revealed later this week ahead of Saturday’s pre-season friendly against Charlton, while Spreadex will work closely with Fulham on a range of community and charity initiatives for the duration of the partnership.
The partnership also includes rights such as LED perimeter board advertising and player and Head Coach access, as well as a presence across Fulham’s social media channels, website and CRM. Spreadex is the only company in the world to offer customers access to financial trading, as well as sportsbook betting and sports spread betting.
The firm which now employs more than 150 staff at its St Albans headquarters – has been operating since 1999 and is regulated by both the Gambling Commission and Financial Conduct Authority due to its unique product offering.
Spreadex CFO James Hallan said: “We are delighted to be partnering with Fulham Football Club for the next two seasons and feel privileged to now become a part of the Fulham family. “This is a great club with a long history and tremendous reputation, and the deal signifies Spreadex’s continued growth plans as a company.
“We look forward to working closely with our new partners and will be supporting Fulham both on and off the pitch as the team aims to return to the Premier League.” The firm will also be running several fan engagement activities across its digital channels, including competitions for signed shirts, alongside other exciting promotions.
Fulham FC Sales Director Jon Don-Carolis added: “We are all delighted to welcome Spreadex Trading on board as a Principal Partner for the forthcoming campaign and look forward to working with the team to develop and strengthen our association during the term of the partnership.”