Everton Announce Stake.com As New Shirt Sponsor 2022-23

More kit news from the Premier League as Everton have announced Stake.com as the clubs new shirt sponsor from the start of the 2022-23 season in a club record deal.

Everton Announce Stake.com As New Shirt Sponsor 2022-23
Everton Announce Stake.com As New Shirt Sponsor 2022-23

The multi year deal with the casino and betting platform will officially commence on 1st July 2022 and is the highest value shirt sponsorship deal in the clubs history.

The Stake.com logo will appear on both the Everton men’s and women’s shirts.

Professor Denise Barrett-Baxendale the Chief Executive at Everton, said: “Stake.com is an ambitious organisation with impressive growth plans and we’re all very excited to enter into a partnership with them at this stage in their journey.

“My talented colleagues in our new Revenue Team have made excellent progress in recent months and worked tirelessly to secure what is the biggest main partnership deal in the Club’s history – I’d like to congratulate them on this achievement and, on behalf of everyone at the Club, express my gratitude to Stake.com for choosing Everton as a long-term partner.

Finally, I am pleased to say that we have already been working together with Stake.com on some exciting activities and content for our local and international supporters and we look forward to sharing more detail on these plans soon.”

Akhil Sarin the Head of Acquisition for Stake.com, said: “We are incredibly proud to be partnering with Everton, a club steeped in tradition and with a passionate and loyal fanbase respected the world over. Everton is a club that perfectly complements our own growth ambitions as we seek to expand our presence globally and strengthen our top-tier sports sponsorship portfolio. It’s a huge honour for everyone at Stake.com to be joining the Everton family and playing our part in supporting the Club in the transition to the new stadium. We look forward to celebrating this most exciting chapter in the Club’s history with Evertonians everywhere.”

Everton took up the option to end the previous shirt sponsorship deal with Cazoo to secure the deal.

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