QuinnBet, the Irish online sportsbook and casino platform will become Bournemouth’s official betting partner in the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom.
The AFC Bournemouth jersey will feature the Quinnbet logo on the back of the men’s first team at home, away, and on the third jersey for games this season.
As per the agreement, QuinnBet wishes to work with and support the club’s Community Sports Trust.
The company will support a series of projects in the areas of health, well-being, and education. Quinnbet also aims to provide clear education about gambling and addiction.
In addition, fans will also have the opportunity to win tickets to the games and autographed products of the club’s newest partner.
Commenting on the agreement, Rob Mitchell, Commercial Director of AFC Bournemouth, said:
“We’re delighted to partner with QuinnBet in what is a lucrative deal for the football club.”
Stephen Kelly, Managing Director of QuinnBet said:
“We are delighted to partner with a club that has the long traditions and history, as well as some fantastic recent achievements in the Premier League.
“Like the Cherries, we operate in an industry dominated by large competitors, but that doesn’t detract from our ambitions to climb to the top. To get there, our philosophy is simple and based on providing unrivalled customer support, together with giving more back and always promoting responsible gambling as an integral part of our ethos.
“To this end, we are especially pleased to be partnering with Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust to promote wellbeing, education, and awareness around gambling.”
AFC Bournemouth supporters will have the option to purchase the QuinnBet logo to be printed on the back of their shirts, with all profits being donated to the Cherries Community Fund.
QuinnBet’s logo will not be available to print on children’s shirts.
Established in 2017, QuinnBet is a rapidly growing brand in the iGaming sector, providing a hugely popular, licensed online Sports betting and Casino platform in the UK and Ireland. They are licensed and regulated in the UK by the Gambling Commission and in Ireland under the Betting Amendment Act 2015.