Liverpool FC is in talks to land a shirt sponsorship deal that could fetch a record $100 million per year, starting with the 2023-24 season.
The Premier League club’s current deal with British bank Standard Chartered ends at the end of the 2022-23 season. Standard Chartered originally paid Liverpool an estimated $25 million annually after it took over shirt sponsorship rights from Danish brewery group Carlsberg in 2010.
- Liverpool is in talks with finance, crypto, media, electronics, and travel companies.
- Standard Chartered, which inked a four-year, $201 million extension in 2018, is reportedly in talks to extend their deal once again.
Being the shirt sponsor of Liverpool, a club that is valued at $4.1 billion, stands to be a lucrative venture. The team, which has the best-selling shirt in all of soccer, projects shirt sales to surpass 2 million for the first time this season.
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Liverpool, owned by Fenway Sports Group, would reset the market with its potential new sponsorship deal. The club would surpass La Liga’s Real Madrid, which has a deal with airliner Emirates worth $83 million a year from the 2017-18 season through 2021-22.
Manchester United ranks just behind Real Madrid in a deal with TeamViewer worth $65 million a year. Its deal with the German computer software company runs from 2021 through 2026.