In July 2014 32Red signed a shirt sponsorship deal with Rangers and recently we have seen the brand secure another three-year deal with the team.
Although there were several other potential ‘suitors’ for the deal, Rangers have opted to stick with their current partnership.
The Managing Director for the club, Stewart Robertson is reported as having said
We are excited to be in a position to continue our sponsorship deal with 32Red for another two years.
They have supported the club every step of the way from the lower leagues back to the top flight and we are very grateful for that support.
Since 2014 we have enjoyed a productive relationship with 32Red and are delighted that they will remain as our official shirt sponsor.
Matt Booth of 32Red added
We have had three fantastic years as the official sponsor of Rangers FC and are over the moon to be able to confirm an extended two-year agreement.
The fans of Rangers are unbelievably loyal and we hope that we continue to see even more success for this great club over the next few years.
We’d like to thank the staff at Rangers for all their help leveraging the 32Red brand over the last few years and we’re pleased to be aboard for the journey ahead.
QPR have just signed a three-year deal with another online casino, this time Royal Panda. Their brand will be emblazoned across the front of the shirts, replacing Air Asia.
Swansea City has also opted for an online casino, but for this club it’s not a big name in the casino space. Letou is the name that you’ll be seeing on the shirtfronts for this club.
Funnily enough, this club was sponsored by 32Red until April 2013 when they ended the shirt sponsorship a year early!