Blues conclude partnership deal with moneycorp

Tuesday, 8 January, 2019 9comments  |  Jump to last

Everton have signed a new partnership agreement with moneycorp, global specialists in currency exchange and international payments.

The multi-year partnership will see the company, which has headquarters in London and a worldwide presence, become the Blues' first International Payments Partner and also the exclusive foreign currency provider for all relevant services relating to foreign exchange payments, including player transfer transactions.

The agreement includes access to marketing assets across the Club, a presence at Goodison Park on matchdays to increase awareness of moneycorp's products in the UK, Australia, Brazil and the USA and branding on the back of Everton Ladies' shirts. The deal will make it easier for Everton fans to find competitive rates when exchanging currency, whether for their business international payments or for personal reasons such as sending money to friends and family abroad. Moneycorp will be offering fans a range of special offers to get the most from their international payments.

Alan McTavish, Commercial Director at Everton Football Club, said: “We are delighted to welcome moneycorp to our expanding family of Official Club Partners. This partnership further highlights the increasing global appeal of Everton and represents another progressive step in our commercial growth. We look forward to developing this partnership together and forging a strong relationship.”

 

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John Keating
1 Posted 08/01/2019 at 22:05:41
All partnerships or interests bringing money into the Club are more than welcome. However, I doubt the average supporter will ever contemplate using this bunch.
David Pearl
2 Posted 08/01/2019 at 22:20:19
I use currency exchange quite a lot myself. Anyway, I'd like is to start using Angry Birds on the front of our kids' shirts so they don't look so empty.
Daniel Lim
3 Posted 09/01/2019 at 04:53:44
That's a great idea, David. Hope the marketing guys at the club saw your post.

For one, my son would have loved the shirt.

Jason Barker
4 Posted 09/01/2019 at 07:42:22
Nice idea, David, although my son and step-son, who are both erudite in such matters, have previously said that nobody plays Angry Birds anymore and having it on the shirt is just plain embarrassing.
Craig Walker
5 Posted 09/01/2019 at 22:17:09
I’ve got an Angry Bird at home most weekends when we lose and the wife doesn’t take to my sulking.
Peter Morris
6 Posted 10/01/2019 at 00:24:00
Moneycorp regularly feature on MoneySavingExpert's league table of best places for your travel money, so I have used them before and their service is excellent. That said, how the relationship works for the club is what matters.
Benjamin Dyke
7 Posted 11/01/2019 at 08:03:20
At 7 comments after 3 days we can see the significance of this to the average fan...

Just win some games, will ya, Blues!

Dennis Stevens
8 Posted 11/01/2019 at 14:57:34
Peter #6 - I see that on their website it says: "Tell your friends about moneycorp and you’ll both get £75 when they exchange £2,500 within 3 months." Could be a nice earner for you if there's enough blues on here looking to exchange cash on that scale!
Bob Parrington
9 Posted 13/01/2019 at 07:40:41
Every bit counts!

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