Spreadex sponsors Fulham F.C.

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Spread betting broker Spreadex has become Fulham F.C.’s principal partner over the next two seasons and engage in a number of fan and community initiatives.

Fans at Craven Cottage will be getting used to the Spreadex logo as the Championship promotion contenders have signed the firm up on a two year deal. The deal, which lasts over the next two seasons, installs the firm as their principal partner.

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Spreadex branding will be displayed prominently on the back of the new Fulham kits which are due to be revealed later this week before a pre-season friendly against Charlton.

The partnership will include rights to LED perimeter board advertising and access to players and the head coach. They will also be displayed prominently across the club’s social media channels, website and CRM.

Spreadex which also offers CFD trading and forex trading also says it plans to work with the club on a range of community and charity initiatives throughout their partnership.

Spreadex has grown rapidly over the past couple of years and now employs more than 150 staff at its St Albans HQ. It is the only company in the world to offer access to financial trading as well as sportsbook betting and spread betting. Its unique product offering is regulated by both the Gambling Commission and the Financial Conduct Authority.

Spreadex CFO 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.

Spreadex are entering into the spirit of things with a number of fan engagement activities across its digital channels including competitions for signed shirts. The deal continues after a challenging year for the firm. With sporting events cancelled due to the pandemic, despite an increase in online financial trading profits fell by 24% with revenue down 8%. However, with sport back on the menu it’s clearly aiming to bounce back strongly.

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