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Northampton Saints sign up three new partners

Northampton Saints have announced the agreement of three new partnership deals.

Audio manufacturers Marshall Amps, WIT (‘Whatever It Takes’) Fitness, and Michael Jones Jeweller have all been announced as Official Partners of the Gallagher Premiership Rugby club.

Marshall will become the club’s Official Audio Partner, while Michael Jones Jeweller will serve as the Saints’ Official Jewellery Partner.

The FA partners with The Pokemon Company to boost futsal programme

The FA has launched a three-year partnership with The Pokemon Company International, ultimately aimed at increasing participation in the FA National Futsal Programme.

The indoor variant of football, which is played with a harder, smaller ball designed to bounce less than a normal one, favours skills such as close control and places an emphasis on creativity which the FA views as integral to raising the standards of football in the country. 

UEFA announces Coca-Cola as EURO 2020 sponsor

UEFA has announced that Coca-Cola will become the Non-Alcoholic Beverage Sponsor for UEFA EURO 2020.

The pan-European competition takes place in 12 different cities on the continent - for the first time ever - in what will be the 60th anniversary edition of the tournament.

Coca-Cola's deal with European football’s governing body will allow the brand to showcase several of its brands, including sports, water and coffee drinks as well as Coca-Cola sparkling beverages.

Spartan Race announces four new partners

Spartan Race has announced four new sponsors for the remainder of the 2019 UK and Ireland season.

The obstacle race and endurance brand has three races left in the UK this year, in Scotland, Windsor and Twickenham Stadium, and will see SOS Hydration, craft beer brand Innis & Gunn, Branched-Chain Amino Acid (BCAA) drinks supplier NOCCO and smoothie brand Happy Monkey Drinks added to its sponsorship roster.

The FA announces Deliveroo as sponsor for FA Cup and national teams

The FA has announced a new partnership with Deliveroo to become an official partner of England's national football teams, as well as the Emirates FA Cup.

The deal will see the UK-based food delivery app become England's first sleeve sponsor - with it's logo to appear on the training kits of the senior men’s and women’s teams, starting with the upcoming men’s fixtures against Bulgaria and Kosovo in EURO 2020 qualifying.

Deliveroo will also become a sponsor of the Emirates FA Cup from the 2019/20 season onwards.

Adidas partners with Ninja in first gamer deal

Adidas has announced that Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, best known for his Fortnite streams on Twitch, has become the first professional gamer signed up as a brand ambassador.

Neither Ninja nor adidas has announced what exactly the pair will produce together as part of the deal, but the German sportswear company has confirmed that there is a multi-year deal in place and on its website, fans can enter their email addresses in order to stay updated on the partnership.

Ashes drama offers sponsors Specsavers a golden moment

A golden summer for English cricket continued with the third test of the Specsavers Ashes series, as England beat Australia to tie the series, and the drama saw official sponsor Specsavers seize an unlikely moment in the spotlight.

Alongside centurion Ben Stokes - who was himself one of the heroes when England defeated New Zealand at Lord’s to win the ICC Cricket World Cup in July - was Jack Leach, the last man in England’s batting order who became an unlikely hero. 

Birmingham 2022 unveils first official sponsor

Birmingham 2022 has announced law firm Gowling WLG as its first official sponsor.

The international law firm will serve as Official Legal Advisors for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, which will take place between 27th July and 7th August, and will work with the Games organisers on a range of topics, including “brand protection, corporate governance, procurement, disputes and risk management and general commercial matters."

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