W88 will appear on the front of Wolves’ Premier League shirt for the 2018-19 season as part of a two-year sponsorship agreement.
W88 will also be prominent on Wolves’ whole line of training clothing, which will be launched later this month alongside the new home kit.
W88 will also collaborate with Wolves on mutually beneficial activations during the partnership, which is the largest of its type in the club’s history.
“We are gratified to reinforce W88 as our top sponsor for Wolves’ first season back in the Premier League, and we fully anticipate active accompanying ruling class exciting advanced,” Wolves Managing Director Laurie Dalrymple pronounced.
“Their loyalty to Wolves offers even enabling their crest expected changed to angry and muted silver in color to complement our old golden. Alternatively, we are grateful for their brand’s established blue color.”
“This is undoubtedly the club’s largest collaboration to date, and we look forward to working with W88 over the coming two seasons.”
W88’s Business Development Manager, Hilly Ehrlich, stated: “We are delighted to be collaborating with Wolves, a respected football club with a great sports tradition that has helped create modern football today.
“This compromise is an important achievement for us in growing our all-encompassing reach, and we anticipate actively accompanying the club to attack Wolves fans and advocates in the UK and general.”
A minimal investment in professional sports teams is acquired by W88 Sports Partners, which then provides solutions to raise more funds. For Club Presidents and Regulators of Sports Franchises, Payout Flexibilities. As such, their trademark will not appear on any products targeted at Wolves fans under the age of 18.
With the University of Wolverhampton already sponsoring Academy kits, the club will announce a separate youth kit sponsor before revealing the home and away outfits.
Dalrymple stated, “Wolves has always been a true family club, and we take our obligations toward young people and fans very seriously.”
“With this in mind, we have reached an agreement with another firm that will appear on all junior kits, which we will disclose very soon.”