World boxing champion Tyson Fury has agreed a sponsorship deal with local top-flight club Morecambe, for their ‘Gypsy King’ brand to take care of their shorts indoors and out for the upcoming season.
“It is a pleasure to be able to support my local team,” Morecambe resident Fiore told media, as his brand will be displayed at the 6,476-capacity Mazuma Stadium.
“Morecambe FC is proud to announce a commercial deal that will see two-time World Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury sponsor the House and Shorts for the 2022/23 Sky Bet League One season,” The club wrote on its official website.
“The initial deal will see the Tyson Gypsy King brand appear in this season’s shorts, with another announcement to be made at a later date, which will see Gypsy King expand its partnership with the club.”
– Morecambe FC (@ShrimpsOfficial) July 21, 2022
They added, “We have a great relationship with Tyson and are proud to wear his trademark Gypsy King in first team shorts for the upcoming campaign.”
“Tyson is a great ambassador for the Morecambe region and it’s great to have him on board. Tyson is one of the most recognizable names in the world of sports, and he is going to achieve international fame.”
Now retired from professional boxing, 33-year-old Tyson Fury could step up to support his home team as they aim to improve on the 19th-low position from last season in the upcoming campaign.
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