Marathonbet becomes Malaga CF’s new sponsor

Málaga Club de Fútbol has revealed that online bookmaker Marathonbet will be its main sponsor for the next two seasons. MALAGACF 16/17

The terms of the deal will ensure that the Marathonbet brand will feature on the front of Málaga’s match and training shirts over that period and will have a dominant presence at La Rosaleda Stadium. The option for a third season of sponsorship will be available.

Marathonbet.es launched in January following years of successful betting operations in the UK, Russia and beyond.

Viktor Hoffmann, Marathonbet CEO, said of the new partnership: “We are delighted to be teaming up with one of Spain’s most prestigious clubs.

“In many ways this partnership is symbolic of Marathonbet’s success across the European market in recent years and cements our dedication to providing Spanish customers with great odds, impeccable customer service and a sports betting experience not found elsewhere.”

We’re looking forward to treating passionate and loyal Málaga fans to exclusive behind-the-scenes content, money-can’t-buy prizes and lucrative betting offers.

“We are also incredibly excited to experience the famous Andalucian spirit at La Rosaleda and cannot wait to kick off next season with a club that boasts more than 100 years of history, class and tradition.”

Blue and White President Sheikh Abdullah Al Thani added: “Málaga Club de Fútbol is an institution with high-level vision and dedication to reaching agreements with prestigious, globally-renowned brands that meet the standards of quality, security and service for the fans.”

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