FX trading platform Skilling named Fulham FC’s principal partner

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by Mark Johnson

Online trading platform Skilling has announced its appointment as principal partner and kit sponsor of EFL Championship club, Fulham FC, alongside Adidas and Dafabet, for the 2019/2020 season. 

Skilling is an innovative Scandinavian-owned financial technology platform that aims to make financial trading simple and accessible to everyone in a transparent and secure environment.

Sponsoring Fulham FC marks an important milestone for the company, which launched its offering in the UK earlier this year. 

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“When we began speaking to Fulham FC, we quickly discovered we had a shared vision,'' commented Pavel Spirin, CMO at Skilling. “Fulham strives to be accessible to its fans, which resonates with our vision to make trading simple and accessible to everyone. We love the club, the fans and the heritage.”

Shared plans for future

He continued, “With our shared plans for the future – Fulham’s push to get straight back into the Premier League and ours to bring trading to the masses – the partnership could not have come at a more opportune time. We’re excited to see where this takes us both in the coming season.”

“I’m excited at the prospect of the football club partnering with Skilling for the forthcoming season and hope that both parties are successful in achieving their goals”, Alistair Mackintosh, CEO at Fulham FC said. 

“With considerable alignment across both organisations I am confident that it will be a very fruitful partnership for both of us.”

Skilling trading platform is designed to be user-friendly for beginners and intuitive for experienced traders. 

With customer experience at its heart, users can trade over 400 forex and CFD (certificates for deposit) instruments, including currency pairs, cryptocurrencies, indices and popular commodities in a secure and intuitive environment. 

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