Trade Nation, a forex and contracts for differences (CFDs) broker, sees value in sports sponsorship and has signed an agreement with the English football club Aston Villa.
Trade Nation has been appointed as the official sleeves and trading partner of Aston Villa Football Club for a multi-year contract.
As part of Trade Nation’s partnership with Aston Villa, the company’s logo will appear prominently on all first-team shirts and adult retail shirts, with support extended to both the men’s and women’s senior teams.
Trade Nation declared its enthusiasm for this new collaboration: “We’re proud to announce our partnership with Aston Villa Football Club as their official trading partner for the 23/24 season. Aston Villa was a natural fit for us as we’re both growing brands, believe in working hard teamwork, and are committed to excellence in pursuing success.”
Aston Villa spokesperson says, “We are thrilled to partner with Trade Nation, a company that shares our ambitions and drive for success. This partnership is pivotal for both parties as we embark on an exciting growth phase with the Club’s return to European competitions. We look forward to successful seasons ahead together.”
Aston Villa will continue participating in the English Premier League the country’s top-tier football league. In addition, the team is playing the European Conference League, which gives Trade Nation a huge opportunity to be seen throughout Europe.
As the agency that brokered the deal, Pan Sports expressed their excitement about working with Trade Nation. Pan Sports’ founder and CEO, Sean Ryan, said, “Collaborating with a committed and reputable partner like Trade Nation is always thrilling. After a successful experience in the English Premier League last year, we decided that Aston Villa FC, with its bright future, would be the perfect way for Trade Nation to engage with millions of football fans every week. Pan Sports is delighted to be part of this new journey.”
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