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Grosvenor Casinos brings the festive season to Fulham

By Robert Simmons
UK-based casino chain Grosvenor Casinos have agreed to donate this weekend’s Fulham FC shirt sponsorship to the Fulham Football Club Foundation (FFCF), ahead of a charity match this weekend.

The initiative is part of FFCF’s Official Charity Match Day on 9 December v. Birmingham City, for which Fulham FC supporters are asked to bring £1 to the ground to donate to the Foundation.

As part of the day, fans can bid for match-worn shirts, which will be signed and donated following the fixture, with all funds going directly to FFCF’s disability provision in the community.

Aaron O’Sullivan, Head of Marketing (Digital) at Grosvenorcasinos.com, said: “We’re thrilled to be involved in supporting Fulham’s Official Charity Match Day by donating our shirt sponsorship. The FFC Foundation do so much fantastic work in the community and it will hopefully be a great day for all involved.”

Grosvenor Casinos have been Fulham’s main shirt sponsor since July when they signed a two-year deal to sponsor Fulham FC, who currently are 15th in the EFL Championship.

In a statement on the clubs website, Aaron O’Sullivan, Head of Marketing (Digital) at grosvenorcasinos.com, said: “We’re thrilled to be involved in supporting Fulham’s Official Charity Match Day by donating our shirt sponsorship. The FFC Foundation do so much fantastic work in the community and it will hopefully be a great day for all involved.”

Amy O’Brien, Head of Development at Fulham Football Club Foundation added: “This illustrates perfectly the level of collaboration between FFC and its partners. It’s exceptional that Grosvenorcasinos.com have chosen to gift their sponsorship to FFCF and in doing so, provide a new platform to promote the Foundation and its work.”

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