Everton extend eToro deal

Everton's Italian head coach Carlo Ancelotti (R) and his assistant manager Duncan Ferguson watch during the English League Cup second round football match between Everton and Salford City at Goodison Park in Liverpool, north west England on September 16, 2020.

Everton FC have extended their partnership with multi-asset investment platform eToro.

The company became the club's official online trading partner in August 2019, with the new deal ensuring the organisation will continue to receive exposure through access to the Toffees' online channels and a presence at Goodison Park on match days.

Alan McTavish, commercial director at Everton, said: "We are pleased eToro has committed to further invest in our partnership. Establishing long-term mutually beneficial relationships with our partners is a key part of our commercial growth strategy.

"This extension demonstrates the value eToro has already seen from their initial season with us."

Dylan Holman, eToro's global sponsorship manager, added: "As a global investment platform, we're delighted to be extending our partnership with Everton and utilising its international marketing assets and reach.

"The club has big ambitions and a passionate international fanbase, with whom we have enjoyed building a relationship with over the past year."

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