2017-18 Premier League Home player shirt short sleeve № 19 Sadio
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2017-18 Premier League Away player shirt short sleeve № 9 Roberto
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Home players shirt
Manufacturer: New Balance (made in Philippines)
Club sponsor: Standard Chartered, BetVictor, Western Union
Years worn: 2017
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Liverpool FC and Western Union launch global
09 Aug 2017
Liverpool FC and Western Union have today announced a multi-year partnership that
will see Western Union become an official principal partner and the official money
transfer partner of the club, while also becoming LFC's first-ever official shirt-sleeve
As the official money transfer partner of Liverpool FC, Western Union - a leader in
global payment and money transfer services - will use its global cross-border digital
transfer and payments platform to provide money transfer capabilities to the club.
Western Union will offer fast, easy digital payments and money transfers for LFC
and its fans, linking them to their home communities or to virtually anywhere in the
Billy Hogan, chief commercial officer and managing director at Liverpool FC, said:
“Western Union is an instantly recognisable brand with a truly global footprint and we
are absolutely delighted to welcome them as our first ever shirt-sleeve Sponsor and
official principal partner.
“We are very much looking forward to working with Western Union through this
partnership to create new experiences and opportunities for our fans both in the UK and
Jean-Claude Farah, President of Global Payments at Western Union, added: “The
businesses of Western Union and Liverpool FC are both driven by our passion for bringing
communities together, whether that be through moving money or delivering the excitement of
“This partnership goes far beyond a badge on a shirt, as we will be bringing our
digital money transfer expertise to better connect Liverpool FC and fans around the world.”
The two organisations mirror each other in their storied histories and truly global
followings. Just as football powerfully transcends borders and brings people together,
Western Union has a 160-year global brand history of connecting customers across more than
200 countries and territories.
Meanwhile, Liverpool FC, which celebrates its 125th year of existence in 2017, has
more than 700 million active followers globally, across television, social and traditional
“We are proud to celebrate a sport that unifies billions of people across the
globe and to work with a partner that so closely shares our values,” said Elizabeth G.
Chambers, chief strategy, product and marketing officer at Western Union.
“Our customers are digitally-savvy and on-the-go, moving not just money but their
human capital - their cultures, values and sporting allegiances. Like us, Liverpool FC has
an active and diverse global following who want to be a part of something bigger and we
can help them achieve this.”
Western Union’s logo is the first to appear on the shirt sleeves and sixth to
appear on the shirt since the inception of Liverpool FC in 1892.
To celebrate the launch of the partnership, Western Union will be offering
Liverpool FC fans in the UK, Ireland, France, Denmark, Norway and Sweden a money transfer
promotion, running from now through until the end of August.
The Western Union shirt-sleeve patch will be available free of charge to all fans
who have purchased an official 2017-18 Liverpool FC shirt in store and online from Sunday
August 27. Full details will follow on www.liverpoolfc.com.
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August 9 – Premier League Liverpool have announced Western Union as the club’s
first sleeve sponsor in a five-year multi-million pound deal. No exact figure was
officially announced for the sponsorship but it is being reported in local media of being
worth Ј25 million.
Western Union’s logo will appear on Liverpool’s left sleeve starting with the
new season kick off this weekend and marks a re-entry by the money transfer service into
Patches WU WESTERN UNION which use on sleeve Liverpool shirt
was threwe xcolors, yellow-white, white and black.
In August 2017, not only Liverpool, but and 15 clubs in
Premier League start used on lweft sleeve sponsot logo.
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images of Liverpool FC players wearing the kits in season 2017-18