Stake.com in talks to become Chelsea FC's new shirt sponsor despite gambling sponsorship ban
Stake.com is in discussions with Chelsea FC to become the top-division side's new shirt sponsor, challenging the league-wide ban on front-of-shirt gambling sponsors
Stake.com, an Australian-Curaçaoan online casino, is reportedly in discussions with Chelsea FC to become the club's new shirt sponsor, despite a league-wide ban on front-of-shirt gambling sponsors.
The potential partnership comes after a failed agreement with a crypto company.
Stake.com is offering a significant amount of money, matching the previous deal with Three, and would hold the front-of-shirt presence until 2025, when a gambling sponsorship ban will be implemented.
This sponsorship change marks the first under the club's new ownership.