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Brands Sponsoring Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C.

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Wolves have enjoyed a solid return to the Premier League over the last two seasons under manager Nuno Espirito Santo, including a quarter-final run into the last season’s UEFA Europa League. They’ll be looking to strengthen their position as a Premier League top-half team this season. We look at their sponsors for the 2020-21 season.

 

Also Read – Wolverhampton Wanderers Sponsors 2021-22

 

ManBetX – Last year, Wolves announced online sports betting brand ManBetX as their new principal partner and shirt sponsor after they decided to terminate their previous $6.4m-a-year deal with Asian betting company W88. As per the deal, ManBetX’s logo appears on the front of the first team, U23s and adult disability teams’ matchday kits, while the Wolves Academy shirts are sponsored by the University of Wolverhampton.

 

Adidas – Adidas replaced its German sportswear rival Puma as the official kit supplier for Wolves ahead of their return to the Premier League in 2018. Currently set to last until 2022, the deal sees Adidas supply the club’s matchday and training kits.

 

Aeroset – Aerospace parts and services provider Aeroset was recently announced as Wolves’ new sleeve sponsor after their $965k-a-year sleeve deal with bitcoin brand CoinDeal expired at the end of last season.
The deal sees Aeroset’s logo appear on the left sleeve of Wolves’ kits as well as across the club’s home ground (Molineux Stadium) and their digital channels.

 

Carling – Multinational brewing company Molson Coors has a long-term agreement with Wolves which sees its branded beer Carling serve as the official beer partner to the club. As per the deal, Molson Coors has pouring rights for Carling inside Molineux Stadium, with the Carling branding appearing across Molineux, interview backdrops and the club’s digital channels.

 

Bet365 – British online gambling company Bet365 serves as the club’s official betting partner. The deal grants Bet365 branding rights across Molineux, interview backdrops, and the club’s digital channels.

 

University of Wolverhampton – The University of Wolverhampton serves as the principal sponsor of Wolves Academy. The agreement also sees the University support the club’s fan engagement activities via Wolves Foundation. University of Wolverhampton branding can also be seen across Molineux, interview backdrops and the club’s digital channels.

 

Samtrade FX – Global trading platform Samtrade FX was recently announced as the club’s official forex and online financial trading partner. The deal grants the online trading brokerage firm branding rights across Molineux, interview backdrops and the club’s digital channels.

 

Silverbug – IT Support Solutions provider Silverbug is a long-time official partner of Wolverhampton Wanderers. Since 2018, the Milton Keynes-based firm also serves as the club’s official junior shirt sponsor.

 

Energy Angels – Wolverhampton-based electric utility company Energy Angels serves as the official energy partner to the club.

 

Precision Hydration – Precision Hydration is the club’s official hydration partner. The sports nutrition company helps the club achieve optimal performance goals by providing personalised electrolyte drinks to monitor each player’s sweat cycle. It also supplies the club with other sports drinks for their matchdays.

Anshuman Joshi is a senior writer at SportsKhabri with special focus towards all things football. His other interests include languages, world history and some good fiction.

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