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BRAGBET IN PARTNERSHIP WITH IRISH FOOTBALL
06th September, 2013 at 12:45:37
Irish online betting and social networking company the official betting partner to the FAI and the Irish national football team.
BragBet and the Football Association of Ireland have formed a partnership which will see the Irish online betting and social networking company become the official betting partner to the FAI and the Irish national football team.
BragBet CEO, Phil Riordan said this week; As someone who has a background in football, I am delighted to see that this deal will help the growth of football across the country. This is an exciting time for BragBet and for the game in Ireland. Hopefully, our work together will promote the Boys in Green and generate more interest in the Irish game.
FAI CEO John Delaney said, I would like to welcome BragBet as official betting partner of the FAI. The partnership will give us a great platform for further promotion of the game and will provide funding to support the work that we are doing on many levels to grow Irish football.
BragBet is backed by Telefonica and other major firms, and encourages groups of friends to discuss sporting events and bet together as a team. BragBet's mobile apps, website and private team wall means that the banter between mates is never too far away.
The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) is the governing body of football in Ireland. Its goal is to develop the game of football all around the country, from grass root levels all the way to the senior International teams.
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