Wolves and Aeroset agree ‘first of its kind’ sleeve sponsorship

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In a ‘first of its kind’ deal, aerospace parts provider Aeroset has partnered with Wolves to become the club’s new shirt sleeve sponsor for the 2020/21 campaign.

The deal will see Aeroset become the first firm from the aerospace industry to ever partner with a Premier League team.

Along with its logo being present on all of Wolves’ kits, Aeroset will also gain a presence  around Molineux, via its LED advertising boards, whilst the firm will be viable on the club’s online platforms.

Wolves’ executive chairman Jeff Shi commented: “We are thrilled to partner with Aeroset ahead of another exciting season of Premier League football.

“As with Wolves, Aeroset is a progressive brand with strong links to the UK, United States and Portugal, and we believe they are an ideal firm to join the pack as one of our principal partners.

“We very much look forward to working with them throughout what we hope will be another memorable campaign at Molineux.”

This is not Aeroset’s first foray into football sponsorship with the company currently being the front-of-shirt sponsor for Argentina Primera Division side Racing Club de Avellaneda since the beginning of the year.

Regarding its new partnership, Aeroset CEO Mariano Longo added: “In the past six months we have been approached by football clubs from all around the globe; Argentina, Brazil, Chile, England, Ireland and the USA.

“One of these teams caught our attention immediately – Wolverhampton Wanderers. Passion and courage are Aeroset’s core values and when I translate that into the Premier League, I can only think in one team – Wolves.

“We are absolutely delighted to make our debut in the best league in the world, partnering with such an iconic team and we really hope we can contribute into this path, leading to the glory that this club and their faithful fans deserve.”

Wolves’ new sponsor will be visible during the club’s Premier League opener against Sheffield United today (Monday).