666Bet Sponsoring Six Non-League FA Cup Teams

The online bookmaker 666bBet announced today that they have signed sponsorship agreements with six non-league clubs who are going to participate in the FA cup in the first round. The agreement means that 666Bet’s logo will be shown on the kits of the six teams and the teams will receive some great sponsoring money.


The six non-league teams, also known as “666Bet Super Six” are Basingstoke Town, Gosport Borough and Weston-Super-Mare from Conference South, AFC Fylde from Conference North, East Thurrock United from Ryhman Isthman Premier and finally Norton United from Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One South.


All agreements between 666Bet and the six teams will last for all rounds that the teams manages to remain in the FA Cup and will also include perimeter board advertising at the home matches. The teams will have the logo on the front of their jersey’s, except Basingstoke Town and Weston-Super-Mare, who will have it on the back of their Jersey’s as well as on the back of their shorts. These two teams have signed agreements with 666Bet for the rest of the season for the home leagues.


AFC Fylde has even created a limited edition of their special FA Cup jersey’s, which they will wear at Plymouth Argyle. Fans of the team can buy these special jersey’s for £20,22, which is a great deal for fans who wants to remember their participation in the FA Cup for years.


“From Premier League to non-league, 666BET is proud to be involved in football across all levels of the beautiful game. We are looking forward to seeing the ‘666BET Super Six’ in action this weekend and hope they can pull off a few shocks in The FA Cup first round.” Chief Executive Officer at 666Bet, Barry Martin said in a press release.


“We are delighted to have the support of 666BET for our FA Cup journey. We hope that by attracting a major betting brand who have partnerships with Premier League clubs that this shows the increase in the profile of AFC Fylde.” Commercial Director of AFC Fylde, Dave Riche said in a press release.


It is far from the first sponsorship agreement that 666Bet does in the UK, as they are already sponsoring the Premier League teams Leicester City and West Bromwich Albion as well as League One team Leyton Orient. Furthermore the bookie has signed Harry Redknapp as brand ambassador along with Vas Blackwood.

Daniel Allermand

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