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Marathonbet scores biggest betting partnership with Manchester United

Extending its marketing coverage within the UK betting sector, European sports betting operator Marathonbet has announced its biggest betting partnership to date with Manchester United FC. Marathonbet will become the Global Betting Partner of the ‘Red Devils’ for the Premier League season 2015/2016. The partnership will see Marathonbet promoted throughout Manchester United’s Old Trafford Stadium (capacity – 75,000) on Match …

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Marathonbet – Top of the kop with Liverpool FC betting partnership

Marathonbet has announced that it has become the official regional betting partner of Liverpool FC. The partnership represents Marathonbet’s biggest investment in UK marketing and promotion of its brand. The three year deal will see the Marathonbet brand promoted throughout Liverpool’s 45,500 capacity Anfield stadium. The bookmaker further confirmed that it would have access to club players and Liverpool legends …

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Marathonbet partners with Hibernian FC

Hibernian FC has announced a lucrative six figure sponsorship deal with bookmakers Marathonbet, that will see them become the club’s main partner for the next two years. A statement on their official website said the initial agreement begins ahead of the 2014/15 season and includes an option for a third year. The firm’s logo will be on the front of …

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Marathonbet partners with The Hammers

Marathonbet has made a bid to stay in the Premier League after signing a deal to become the new betting partner of West Ham United. This long term partnership runs from the beginning of the 2014/15 campaign, and will also see them become the title partner of the Club’s annual prestige home pre-season match, The Marathonbet Cup. Last season saw …

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Betting on Football feature: A history of shirt sponsorship in football

With the announcement of Manchester United’s record breaking initial £44.75m per year shirt deal with Chevrolet, a time when teams played without commercial association in just their club’s colours seems a world away from the modern game. You needn’t look back far however; it was not until 1977 that the FA lifted their official ban on kit sponsorship and today …

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