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CRYSTAL PALACE SPONSORS 2020-2021

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The evergreen Roy Hodgson has done a commendable job in stabilising the Eagles since 2017. Here we look at their partners ahead of the 2020-21 season.

 

Also Read – Crystal Palace Sponsors 2021-22

 

W88 – Asian betting brand W88 has signed on as the club’s principal sponsor for the 2020/21 season. The deal allows W88’s logo to appear on a Premier League shirt for another season after their previous deal with Aston Villa ahead after the end of last season.

 

Puma – Puma signed a deal as Crystal Palace’s official kit supplier ahead of the 2018/19 season. The sportswear giant also serves as the official partner for the club’s replica jersey and merchandise ranges.

 

Apsley Tailors – London based Apsley Tailors have been the Eagles’ official bespoke tailors since 2016. The deal sees them exclusively supply the club bespoke suits and formal shirts.

 

IQONIQ – Fan engagement platform Iqoniq has signed on with Palace as their new sleeve sponsor ahead of the 2020/21 season. The deal will see Iqoniq replace the Chinese soccer app Dongqiudi on the left sleeve of the Crystal Palace kits, as well as excusive advertising rights within the club’s home stadium, Selhurst Park.

 

Carlsberg – Danish brewery Carlsberg is the official beer partner of Crystal Palace and holds pouring rights within Selhurst Park.

 

 

Etoro – Global multi-asset investment platform eToro has recently renewed its deal with Crystal Palace as their official investment partner. The deal allows Palace fans to join the eToro F.C. community and learn more about cryptoassets and investing. The deal also offers completions to win match tickets and other exclusive prizes.

 

Utilita – Energy brand Utilita has extended its academy-focused partnership with Crystal Palace for a fifth consecutive season ahead of the 2020-21 campaign. The deal will see Utilita’s logo resume its role as the kit-front logo for the Eagles’ academy and women’s squads.

 

Monster Energy – Crystal Palace were one of eight then-Premier League clubs to sign an official energy drink partnership with US energy drink company Monster Energy. The deal sees Monster Energy branding across Selhurst Park and the club’s social media content.

 

Vitality – Vitality was announced as Crystal Palace’s official wellness partner just yesterday. The health and life insurance and investment company will get in-ground branding rights and will also feature on the shorts of the club’s women’s team. Vitality will also work with the club to increase exposure of women’s football.

 

Boxpark Croydon – Boxpark’s Croyden outlet also serves as one of the official sponsors for Crystal Palace.

 

 

BeGambleAware – Crystal Palace has been partners with industry funded BeGambleAware charity in an attempt to raise awareness regarding the negative implications of gambling.

 

London South East Colleges – Since 2017, Crystal Palace has teamed up with London South East Colleges Group to offer apprenticeships to young people for career opportunities in the sports industry, as well as paid work experience at the club for students from construction and service trade courses.

 

University of Roehampton London – University of Roehampton signed a three-year deal with Crystal Palace, which will see the club offer work experience opportunities and career-related events to students at Roehampton.

 

Workflow – Workflow Solutions & Support also serves as one of the official sponsors for Crystal Palace.

 

 

Access Credit Management – Access Credit Management also serves as one of the official sponsors for Crystal Palace.

 

 

RC Cola – RC Cola UK also serves as one of the official sponsors for Crystal Palace.

 

 

Sterling Rose Homes  – In just 5 years since its inception in 2015, Sterling Rose Homes has developed multiple news homes close to Selhurst Park & borough of Croydon.

 

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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