Saints renew partnership with eToro

By SFC Media time Thu 17 Sep eToro

Leading global multi-asset investment platform eToro has extended its partnership with Southampton Football Club.

As a partner since 2018, eToro enables people to invest in the assets they want, from stocks and commodities to cryptoassets like bitcoin. The platform not only allows you to choose what you invest in, but also how you invest.

You can trade yourself, copy another investor, or invest in a portfolio. More than fourteen million registered users have signed up and anyone can buy, hold and sell assets, monitor their portfolio in real time, and transact whenever they want.

As part of the partnership, eToro will have in-stadia branding on LEDs and media backdrops along with continuing to create bespoke content, which saw the launch of  Le Tiss Air last season.

Southampton Football Club’s Chief Commercial Officer, David Thomas, said: “We are delighted to be renewing our relationship with eToro, a recognised leader in the financial industry.

“At Southampton, we’re committed to technology and innovation and as such, we’re excited to continue where we left off with a valued partner.”

eToro Global Sponsorship Manager, Dylan Holman said: “It is great to be extending our partnership with Southampton for a third season, which shows our ongoing commitment to the club.

"After the success of Le Tiss Air, we look forward to creating new fan activations which bring them closer to the action, along with continuing to help educate people on investing.”

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