Watford FC and Stake will work together for 2022/23 season

Watford FC and Stake will work together for 2022/23 season

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Watford FC and Stake will work together for 2022/23 season

Stake.com and Watford FC agreed to prolong their current partnership for the 2022/23 football season.

Initially the contract between the two was signed at the beginning of 2021/22 season, based on which Stake.com became Warford’s official partner. Currently, both are working to make their current working relations even stronger.

In accordance with the contract, the betting platform is to be provided with many marketing and brand exposure opportunities. The betting brand’s logo is going to be showcased on the front of the t-shirts and the training kits, with the logo also being shown on LED perimeter boards and big screens at Vicarage Road, which is the team’s home stadium.

“We are thrilled to keep cooperating with Stake.com, who is going to be our main sponsor during this football season. It is nice to feel supported by them, as they are our valued partners, and we cannot wait to see what the coming chapter brings.”

highlighted S. Duxbury, who is both the chairperson and the chief executive officer of Watford.

Previously, Stake and Watford have worked together on different projects. For example, during last season they supported the Rainbow Laces Campaign. In the Premier League, Stake was the one and only partner to utilize the colors of the rainbow on all the matchday branding.

“We loved the first year of our collaboration with the team, and it has made our brand widely known all over the world. We have created an amazing relationship with Watford, and we are supporting The Hornets to come back to the Premier League.”

added D. Rae, the sponsorship manager of the Stake.

Although Watford is not going to take part in the Premier League during this season, Stake is still part of the PL, as the brand also partners with Everton.

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