BoyleSports Named as Newcastle United Betting Partner

Another English Premier League club has signed a deal with a betting company. Newcastle United have announced that BoyleSports are to be their new UK and Ireland Betting partner.

It will certainly be difficult to not notice the presence of BoyleSports at Newcastle this and next season. BoyleSports betting terminals are being installed at St James’ Park. Fans will therefore have no problem on placing bets on matches, Willcock to score anytime perhaps?

There will also be plenty of activities, competitions and experiences for Newcastle fans, as long as they are at least 18 years of age of course. Also available will be special offers and exclusive promotions for Newcastle games.

It was 32 years ago that BoyleSports came into existence. It was created by John Boyle and the company now has over 340 shops in the UK and employ over 2, 500 staff. 1989 wasn’t such a happy year for Newcastle though as they finished bottom of Division One and were relegated.

Mark Kemp is the CEO of BoyleSports, and he’s delighted with the new sponsorship deal. “We look forward to BoyleSports betting being available online, on mobile and at the fantastic St James’ Park.” He added: “As we expand in the UK, BoyleSports are delighted to be teaming up with the great team at Newcastle United.”

The BoyleSports CEO also wished Newcastle United and their “wonderful fans” the “very best” of luck for the 2021/22 Premier League season.

The Head of Commercial at Newcastle United is Dale Aitchison. He’s also pleased with the announcement of BoyleSports as their official Betting Partner for the UK and Ireland. “BoyleSports has long had an affinity with football, and we are pleased to be working together to offer a first-class betting service for supporters on a matchday at St. James’ Park,” he said.

Newcastle United begin their new Premier League season with a home game against West Ham United on Sunday. They will hope to continue their good run of form against West Ham having completed a league double over them last season.

United have turned the loan deal of Joe Willcock from Arsenal into a permanent deal. He scored eight league goals for United last season. Seeing the way Arsenal kicked off their season at Brentford on Friday, the Gunners might just be regretting that deal now.

The Magpies haven’t finished higher than tenth place since returning to the Premier League in the 2017/18 season. Four seasons back in the top flight have seen them finish on either 44 or 45 points.

They’ll be hoping for better luck this season. If results don’t go their way in home games at least their fans will now be able to place bets on Steve Bruce to be the next manager to leave their club thanks to the BoyleSports betting terminals.