West Ham teams up with The Kingdom Bank

West Ham teams up with The Kingdom Bank

March 7, 2024

Premier League club West Ham United have announced a multi-year regional partnership with leading provider of digital banking services, The Kingdom Bank Corporation, who will join as the club’s Official Regional Banking Partner. 

This would be the first time a company will be holding the title in the club’s history. The Kingdom Bank will also serve as an Official Partner of the West Ham women’s team. Both will work towards various online and offline audience engagement activities. 

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

“The Kingdom Bank has grown significantly over the past few years and we are delighted to be launching our first-of-its-kind regional partnership with them, along with their support of our Women’s team. The global appeal of West Ham United continues to grow and this partnership is a testament to that. We are fortunate that we have an engaged and enthusiastic international fanbase and we’re pleased that our fans will be able to benefit from this partnership.”

Pari Cross, The Kingdom Bank CEO, added,

“The Kingdom Bank is thrilled to become the proud first regional partner of West Ham United. This partnership is a celebration of hard work, and the spirit that drives us all to achieve greatness. Together, we are stronger, and together, we will celebrate every victory, learn from every set back and together we will ‘hammer’ home success.”

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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