OKX is now the official Training Kit Partner of the reigning Premier League Champions Manchester City
OKX, one of the most prominent crypto platforms in the world, has now made the announcement that it will become Manchester City’s Official Training Kit Partner beginning in the 2022/2023 season.
As part of the partnership, OKX branding will appear on all of Manchester City’s first-team training kits, including that worn by both the men’s and women’s teams.
When the men’s first team returns for their first pre-season training session today, the training uniform will make its appearance for the first time.
The women’s team will wear the training outfit when they return to training the following month. Back in March, it was announced that OKX will be serving as Manchester City’s Official Cryptocurrency Exchange Partner.
Haider Rafique, Global Chief Marketing Officer, OKX, said:
“The real grit and perseverance is built on the training ground. This is the way we want to nurture new users on our platform. Being Man City’s Official Training Kit Partner helps us extend that mindset from the training ground over to our trading app community.”
Furthermore, OKX has commissioned famous street artist Akse P19 and Global Street Art Agency to produce artworks portraying Erling Haaland, Jack Grealish, Joo Cancelo, and John Stones at four Manchester areas to coincide with the introduction of the training kit. Fans may scan QR codes embedded in the murals for a chance to win a season ticket to the OKX Hospitality Box by scanning the codes.
As a sponsor of Manchester City’s first worldwide trophy tour since 2019, OKX is also promoting the club’s fourth championship success in the last five years.
Fans in France, Spain, the UAE, Korea, Mexico, Norway, and South Africa will be able to view the Premier League trophy up close when Manchester City and OKX go on tour.
In the future, OKX aims to continue to enhance the fan experience, provide educational tools to assist consumers in trading properly, and create activities that empower and enrich Manchester football club.