Everton have signed what has been described as a ‘first of its type’ sponsorship agreement with a US-based firm.
The Toffees have agreed a deal with healthcare apparel and lifestyle brand FIGS, with the firm to become Everton’s latest partner in a deal that will see the company support the club and Everton in the Community’s healthcare professionals.
As part of the agreement, the first of its type in the Premier League, FIGS will supply technical clothing specifically designed for the medical teams of the Blues’ men’s and women’s senior squads.
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FIGS branding will also be present at Goodison Park, as it was during the club’s Premier League match against Arsenal earlier this month, as well as at Walton Hall Park.
FIGS will work with Everton’s Club charity, Everton in the Community, to support its important efforts, which include providing health care across Merseyside and beyond.
Michelle Gaster Wasserman, FIGS’ general manager (international), said: “Partnering with Everton is a natural fit for FIGS. Our mission is to serve those who serve others, so we could not be more excited to support Everton’s medical staff as they support an elite sporting environment.
“This allows us to celebrate the incredible work of the many different kinds of global healthcare professionals we serve, as we continue to grow internationally. Beyond football, Everton’s charitable focus closely aligns with FIGS’ impact-oriented mission, and we look forward to making an even bigger impact with Everton in the Community.”
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