West Ham signs new deal with WellO2

February 19, 2024

West Ham United have signed a new partnership agreement with respiratory brand WellO2, who will be joining the club as their Official and Exclusive Respiratory Supplier. 

The partnership will see WellO2 focus on ‘driving awareness and education around improving respiratory health.’ WellO2 will also highlight the capabilities of their breathing device and how it can help athletes improve their performance and also to educate the general public about breathing issues.

Nathan Thompson,  Chief Commercial Officer at West Ham United, said,

“We are delighted to be working with WellO2 to promote respiratory health among our loyal fan base. This partnership signifies our dedication to supporting our fans not only in their passion for football but also in the pursuit of a healthier lifestyle.  Our shared values of excellence, commitment, and the importance we both place on healthy living for all make this partnership a natural fit. Together, we aim to inspire and empower athletes and fans alike to prioritise their well-being and achieve their full potential, both on and off the pitch.” 

Richard Collinge, Performance Director at West Ham United, added,

“We look forward to working with the team at WellO2. The importance of effective breathing techniques and maximising lung capacity when playing football cannot be understated. In working with WellO2 we are excited to explore how to best implement the WellO2 devices into the strength and conditioning programme for our players. We are always open to new and innovative ways to generate improvements in player performance, and we see the relationship with WellO2 as another valuable asset in supporting the team.”

Tuomas Mattelmäki, CEO of WellO2, added,

“WellO2 offers significant benefits to both elite athletes and everyone who has respiratory problems or aims to improve performance. We are extremely excited that West Ham United contacted us, and we are now starting as their respiratory health supplier.”

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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