Watford Football Club in the English Premier League is currently adopting a logo reflecting the meme cryptocurrency Dogecoin for the 2021-22 season. Last season, the squad donned the graphic to raise awareness for bitcoin.
The team competes in the Premier League, often known as the English Premier League or EPL, which is the highest level of football in England.
“Watford’s shirt sleeve sponsor for the 2021-22 season will be the cryptocurrency Dogecoin,” the athletic journal revealed on Saturday.
Watford Football Club players wore shirts with the logo of the meme cryptocurrency Dogecoin on their left sleeves during a Premier League match on Saturday.
Watford Football Club and Steak.com, a worldwide crypto casino and sports betting platform, announced a multi-year collaboration in July.
As the club returns to the Premier League in 2021/22, Stakes will become the club’s primary jersey sponsor in a club-record agreement, according to the firm.
Stake will also host crypto-themed initiatives, including a 10 million Dogecoin giveaway on its international platform, to commemorate the start of the relationship, according to the release.
People from different countries watch football and this new announcement gathers all the attention of crypto as well as soccer lover.
Here are some tweets regarding the collaboration.
Football magazine writer Joey D’urso posted a tweet about how dogecoin was a silly joke before but now accepted by mass.
Another twitter user wrote, “Can’t believe a premier league team (Watford) will be sporting a dogecoin logo on their shirt sleeves for the season”.
Watford Football Club signed a contract with Sportsbet.io in 2019 before partnering with Stakes. For the 2019/20 season, players will wear the Sportsbet.io logo on the front of their Watford shirts and a bitcoin picture on their sleeves. Premier League is a football league in the United Kingdom.
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