Crystal Palace FC has signed a multi-year deal with the company Cinch to be its new official front-of-shirt sponsor for the 2022/23 season for both the men’s and women’s teams.
The online car marketplace will also become Palace’s official training wear partner as part of the deal. Their brand will get “significant” exposure through the club’s Academy teams, Selhurst Park stadium, and digital channels. They will also have their logo on all replica shirts, similar to W88Mobi.
Barry Webber, the Commercial Director of the Premier League team, said, “Cinch is a well-known, family-friendly brand in the UK and beyond, and this landmark partnership is another sign of progress at the club, both on and off. The field.”
“This is a fascinating time for our partnership to start, as we are going into our 10th season in the Premier League with a team full of talented players from around the world, and cinch is continuing its impressive growth and new ideas in the car market.” We’re looking forward to helping each other reach our goals.”
With this move, Cinch will add the Eagles to its sports partnerships, including England Cricket, the Scottish Premier League, and the Northampton Saints Rugby team. The company also puts its name on Tottenham Hotspur’s sleeves. After 2 years of being sponsored by W88 Mobile, this seems to be a completely different calculation of the team.
Avril Palmer-Baunack, Chairman of Constellation Automotive Group – cinch Owners, said, “We are thrilled to become the front shirt sponsor for Crystal Palace.”
“Cinch is an ambitious brand that has done much in a short time. This new alliance will help us evolve the UK auto advertise even more.” We’re excited to work with the teams, fans, and local community, and we have high hopes that the club will “cinch it” next season.
Cinch will replace the online gaming company W88 Mobile on Crystal Palace’s shirt in the deal. This comes after recent talks about a possible shirt sponsorship by gaming companies in English football. According to reports, no price was given for the new deal, but W88 paid around £6.5 million per season.