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Grosvenor Casinos donates Fulham shirt sponsorship

Grosvenor Casinos, main team partner for Fulham Football Club, has donated its front of shirt logo space back to the club ahead of the clubs charity match this weekend.

Players of the Craven Cottage based side will now wear shirts emblazoned with the Fulham Football Club Foundation (FFCF) logo, instead of the club sponsor.

Aaron O’Sullivan, Head of Marketing (Digital) at, said: “We’re thrilled to be involved in supporting Fulham’s Official Charity Match Day by donating our shirt sponsorship. The FFC Foundation do so much fantastic work in the community and it will hopefully be a great day for all involved.”

The initiative forms a part of FFCF’s official official charity match against Birmingham City, with the Championship fixture scheduled for a 3pm kick off on Saturday 9 December.

Supporters are also being urged to bring a £1 donation along to the ground, with fans also able to bid on the match worn shirts from the fixture which the players will be signing and donating.

All funds donated are to go directly to the FFCF disability provision in the community.

Amy O’Brien, Head of Development at Fulham Football Club Foundation, commented: “This illustrates perfectly the level of collaboration between Fulham Football Club and its partners. It’s exceptional that have chosen to gift their sponsorship to FFCF and in doing so, provide a new platform to promote the Foundation and its work.”

Grosvenor Casinos signed a two year deal in July of this year to become Fulham’s main team partner.

The UK licensed online casino and sports betting provider has its logo featured on the shirts of both the first team and PL2 side, as well as becoming the clubs official betting and casino partner for the duration of the deal.

Junior fans can purchase home shirts bearing the FFCF logo from the club shop between December 7-9 only.

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