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When The Whistle Blows

Five key opportunities that will help brands stand out and get more value from their Premier League partnerships.

The world’s biggest, richest and most prestigious league competition, the Premier League, is back with a bang, with new clubs, new players and new stories to be told. Beamed to a global TV audience of 643 million, there has never been a more exciting or more lucrative time for brands to join the party.

Based on changing fan expectations, the rapid growth of technology and blurring lines between sport and entertainment, our Fan Intelligence® experts have identified five key opportunities that will help brands stand out this season and get more value from their Premier League partnerships.

Time to take action?

Our Fan Intelligence® experts are constantly monitoring trends, insights and fan conversations to help brands and rights holders stay ahead of the curve and uncover what's next. If you're looking to better understand your target audience, optimise your existing assets or evaluate the ROI of your partnership to date, we can help. 

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