September 18 – The English Premier League has agreed a new broadcast deal in China to cover the rest of the 2020-21 season after terminating its £564 million contract with PPTV earlier this month.
September 18 – Trading platform eToro has renewed sponsorships with Premier League clubs Southampton and Leicester City for the 2020/21 season in one-year deals.
September 18 – Online gaming company Parimatch has stepped up its football sponsorship profile with a new deal with Italian giants Juventus.
September 18 – Cryptocurrency trading platform StormGain has become the Official Crypto Trading Partner of Serie A’s Lazio in a multi-year deal.
September 17 – Arsenal have agreed a three-year deal with Estonian cryptocurrency-based sports betting platform Sportsbet.io to be the club’s Official Betting Partner.
September 17 – Online gaming company W88 has extended its sponsorship with Premier League Leicester City to the end of the current 2020/21 season. No value was given for the deal.
September 16 – Manchester City have renewed their partnership with Korean tyre giant, Nexen Tire, for a third term, keeping their sleeve sponsorship position and adding sleeve branding to the women’s team, training kit branding and the club’s esports team.
September 14 – Everton, riding high from their weekend opening season win over Spurs, have more cause to be positive having extended their partnership with Italian food giant Fratelli Beretta.
September 14 – Premier League Leicester City have agreed online betting firm Parimatch to become the club’s First Team Training Wear Partner and Betting Partner.
September 11 – Barcelona have become the first football club to break the 10 million YouTube subscriber mark. The NBA (14.7million) is the only sports channel that has more followers.
September 11 – US confectionary giant Mondelēz International has continued to spend its European marketing dollars on football with the announcement that it will become an official partner of Germany’s Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2.
September 10 – Premier League Tottenham Hotspur, known for their well-heeled City of London working fans, have a new trading platform for them to play on.
September 10 – LaLiga has signed a new agreement with online betting platform M88 to become the league’s Official Regional Betting Partner in Asia.
September 10 – Swiss luxury watch brands are timing their assault on the Premier League and its clubs with precision.
September 9 – The Premier League has unveiled Swiss luxury watchmaker Hublot as its new Official Timekeeper from the start of the 2020/21 season.