NAGA Becomes Sponsor of Spanish Football Club Sevilla FC

NAGA Becomes Sponsor of Spanish Football Club Sevilla FC

August 6, 2021

NAGA (XETRA: N4G), a copy trading-focused broker, has inked a major sponsorship deal with Sevilla FC, one of Spain’s top football clubs. Announced on Friday, the German broker has become the club’s front shirt partner and the official Global Trading Partner.

“We’re excited to partner up with and associate ourselves with a brand like NAGA that has proven itself as a leader in its industry,” Sevilla Chairman, José Castro, said in a statement. “From today, we will share a great symbol of Sevilla FC – our shirt. A shirt that represents passion, dedication and our most important gene – to never surrender.”

Under the agreement, both NAGA and Sevilla FC will work together to bring exclusive content and services to fans. Additionally, they will develop technologies that enhance financial acumen and related decision-making.

Though the official announcement mentioned that the partnership deal has been inked for ‘the next seasons’, the exact tenure of it cannot be determined. Also, the terms of the deal have not been disclosed.

“Under this partnership, we will share some core values such as innovation, technology and being close to the global community that we represent,” Castro added.

Strengthening the NAGA Brand

The sponsorship deal has been signed when NAGA’s performance as a company has been breaking records for several quarters. The broker has been posting a surge in its business for the last 11 quarters and ended Q2 of 2021 generating $15 million in revenue. Now, a partnership with Sevilla will definitely help the broker to enhance its brand value.

NAGA CEO, Benjamin Bilski commented: “Sevilla FC’s limitless ambition and the passion of its fans in the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium is like a rare gem in the football world. We’re sure it will benefit Sevilla’s community, as well as help, grow NAGA’s brand globally, as Sevilla FC has such a rich track record and history.”

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