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Huddersfield given fresh OPE ahead of Premier League debut

OPE SPORTS has become the highest value front of shirt partner in Huddersfield Town history, after signing a multi-year partnership with the Premier League debutants.

A subsidiary of global betting brand Opebet, OPE Sports will feature on the Huddersfield shirt for all home and away matches, as well as on pitch side LED, branding throughout the John Smith’s stadium and across the club’s global social media channels.

The Huddersfield Town partnership was created, planned and negotiated by SportQuake, the international sport marketing agency which helped to activate Newcastle United’s three-year deal with Asian focused Fun88.

Dean Hoyle, Chairman at Huddersfield Town, said: “We are delighted to welcome OPE SPORTS as the Club’s official shirt sponsor. This is without a doubt our biggest season to date as we play in the Premier League for the first time in our history.

“The growth of our international fanbase since promotion and the Premier League makes OPE SPORTS an attractive partner for our club, and our growing reach around world provides OPE SPORTS with an ideal platform to continue its own growth.”

An OPE SPORTS spokesman commented: “It’s a hugely exciting time to partner with Huddersfield Town as they make their debut in the Premier League. The Premier League is undoubtedly the biggest league on the planet and to be associated to it through our partnership with The Terriers is great for our brand. We look forward to working with the club and its fans throughout the 2017/18 season.”

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