Published On: Tue, Jan 8th, 2019

Sports Events 365 Signs Season Ticket Agreement with Premier League Champions Manchester City

Sports Events 365 will supply tickets for the second half of current England’s Premier League champions season and for the following two seasons

Sefi Donner, Sports Events 365 CEO - PR

Israeli Sports Events 365, the provider of tickets to sports and music events worldwide, announced today it has signed season ticket agreement with English Premier League champions Manchester City.

England’s Premier League is the most popular in the world of football. It is the home of some of biggest names in football today like Kevin de Bruyne, David Silva, Sergio “Kun” Aguero, and Gabriel Jesus.

According to the company Sports Events 365, has now the options for supplying tickets for the second half of the current season and for the following two seasons. It will sell tickets to individuals and groups interested in attending the games.

The agreement with Manchester City comes on the heels of previous ones with Atletico Madrid and several smaller Spanish teams.

“This gives us far greater access to the club than ever at a time when demand is already rising sharply,” says Sefi Donner, founder and CEO of Sports Events 365.

“There is great interest from football fans in Holland, Germany, Austria, Norway, Switzerland, Belgium, Sweden, Finland, Spain and the U.S.” Donner predicts “the deal will lead to a doubling of our sales to Manchester City matches.”

Donner adds that the company is in talks with other Premier League and top European clubs for similar deals and hopes to announce agreements in near future.

Sports Events 365 said it has direct contact with 60 major football clubs in Spain, Italy, Portugal, France and England.

Established in 2006, Sports Events 365 said it is active in 50 countries to most of the 60,000 yearly events on its search engine. The company is predicting that the Chinese market could become its largest already in 2019.

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