AFC Bournemouth Mansion Kit

AFC Bournemouth Mansion Sponsorship deal- Kit sponsor for 2015/16 Premier League season

Newly promoted AFC Bournemouth have announced that Gibraltar based Mansion Group will be their shirt sponsors for the upcoming Premier League season. The Cherries secured a shock promotion to the top flight from the Championship by winning the league in 2014/15, and have opted for a change in sponsors, with Mansion coming in to replace Energy Consulting.

Mansion will be sponsors for all three of AFCB’s 15/16 kits- home, away and third, and their training wear.

Slightly older football fans will remember Mansion’s earlier sponsorship of Tottenham Hotspur. They inked a four year deal worth £34m back in 2006, allegedly after missing out on sponsoring Manchester United. This was a big deal back then, with the company having only been established in 2004, and betting tie ups with league clubs weren’t so common as they are today.

Cherries manager Eddie Howe and the likes of Andrew Surman and Tyrone Mings were present at the sponsorship announcement.

Mansion, who also own the domain, got their UKGC operating licence a couple of months ago.

The deal between the two parties was negotiated by SportQuake, and both Sagi Lahav (Mansion CEO) and Rob Mitchell (Bournemouth commercial head) expressed satisfaction at the deal and hoped for a successful partnership ahead.

AFC Bournemouth Mansion Kit

Spurs Mansion

6 thoughts on “AFC Bournemouth Mansion Sponsorship deal- Kit sponsor for 2015/16 Premier League season

  1. Sean

    Mansion were due to sponsor Man Utd a decade ago? That’s interesting.

    Mansion probably set the trend for gambling companies to sponsor shirts in the Premier League. We now have an overload of them.

    Pic seems to suggest Bournemouth staying with Carbrini for the PL….

  2. RaithRover

    And what’s wrong with Bournemouth staying with Carbrini? If Carbrini can deliver a decent designed kit then whats the problem? Just because they got promoted to the “premier league” they have to adopt to the mainstream kit manufacturers such as Puma, Adidas or Nike? Smaller kit manufacturers have a rightful place in the top flight and its refreshing to see.

  3. Ben

    Just to note that those are training shirts, new kit yet to be released. Will be stripes as usual, rumours of pink away kit. However the training kit is very nice. Carbrini deal has two more years to run, we’ve had bespoke shirts that whole time and I for one am happy not to be in boring team wear templates

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