In this association, the UK-based entity will be the club’s official FX trading partner. The deal also includes the team’s women and European esports teams, and the brand will also work with Wolves Foundation, supporting endeavours for raising funds throughout the edition.
Trade Nation has officially ventured into the English top-flight with this partnership.
The trading platform will also be the social media sponsor of first-team substitutes along with leveraging from in-stadium exposure and an opportunity to create content with Wolves’ players.
Speaking on the partnership, Russell Jones, Wolves GM of Marketing & Commercial Growth, said, “We are delighted to welcome Trade Nation into the Wolves family. It is always exciting to work with a partner that is prepared to challenge the norm and shares our ambitious growth objectives.
“In just four years Trade Nation have grown from a small, low-cost, start-up to a global award-winning trading platform – growth which can only be achieved with progressive thinking and determination, two values shared with Wolves. We look forward to supporting their continued success.”
Trade Nation CEO Stuart Lane said, “We are thrilled about our new partnership with Wolves. This collaboration will bring exciting opportunities and the prospect of creating engaging content with the team. We are delighted to be partnering with such a brilliant football club and look forward to a very successful season ahead.”
Trade Nation also signed an extension with the Somerset County Cricket Club (SCCC).