Real Betis has agreed a sponsorship extension with online trading platform, easyMarkets becoming the club’s new shirt sponsor. 

The three year deal was announced just prior to the club kicking off its La Liga campaign,  with a defeat against Real Valladolid. 

Next up, Rubi’s Betis side heads to the Camp Nou, to take on reigning champions Barcelona on Sunday. 

Issuing a post on its official Linkedin, the company stated: “We are delighted to announce our 3 year Front of Shirt exclusive sponsorship with Real Betis Balompié!

“All of us here at easyMarkets believe that this partnership will support our long term goal for growth, progress and brand recognition and we are particularly honoured to have our brand aligned with that of Real Betis!

“More news about the sponsorship will be announced soon.”

easyMarkets operates in 200 markets globally and provides the tools and a platform for beginners and experts in online trading. 

Betis continues to build on its strong connection with fans in Europe, following last season’s partnership with Amazon. 

The Seville based club became the first in Spain to form this type of partnership, as the official shop goes live simultaneously on,,, Amazon.of and Thanks to these stores, the online search of all the official products of Real Betis will be made easier, allowing the green and white colours to be available for Amazon customers in these countries.

This project is part of the international development strategy of Real Betis, which the club has been pursuing in recent years to strengthen its presence on a global level.

“Real Betis has millions of fans around the world and is currently competing in European competitions, for us it is very important to bring the Club’s official products to all our fans inside and outside of Spain and thanks to Amazon we have opened simultaneously stores in five countries in Europe”, General Director of Business of Real Betis, Ramón Alarcón stated at the time.

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