West Ham United is delighted to announce a multi-year extension to the Club’s Sleeve Partnership with Scope Markets.
Scope Markets is a successful and established leader in the financial services industry, aiming to provide a best-in-class trading experience and trader education for all clients and investors. Their management team has over 50 years of experience in the industry, primarily dealing in Forex and CFDs, understanding what traders need to be successful and striving to offer premium trading services to traders of all skill levels.
Having been a partner of the Club since 2018, and the Hammers’ Sleeve Sponsor since June 2020, the partnership’s extension will see the two parties continue to work closely together across a range of commercial initiatives, including Scope Market’s global growth strategy.
Scope Markets sponsored the Club’s first-ever virtual Open Training Session in April, which enabled Hammers fans to connect with the team during the COVID-19 lockdown and the partnership will continue to support local communities around the world.
Nathan Thompson, West Ham United Commercial Director, said: “We are thrilled to extend our partnership with Scope Markets, who have been a great partner to the Club for the past three years.
"Becoming our sleeve partner in 2020, Scope Markets have always put our fans at the forefront of their decision making. Supporting our Virtual Open Training Event in April was testament to this and allowed the club to bring fans from all over the world closer to the first team.
“We really value this partnership and we’re looking forward to working together over the seasons ahead on our shared objectives in what will be a hugely exciting 2021/22 campaign, both in the Premier League and in Europe.”
Jacob Plattner, Scope Markets Chief Executive Officer said: “We are delighted to be able to extend our agreement with West Ham and look forward to another exciting season with the club. After the huge success of the team last year, we have never been more excited and proud to share the ups and downs of the clubs deserved return to European football with West Ham fans across the globe. COYI!!”