Here Are All Teams Unsponsored By PaddyPower

The 2019-2020 season has already begun in several leagues across Europe. The season kickoff means that the 2019-20 kit release season is almost over. There have been a lot of amazing football kits released in the summer. However, the most powerful campaign was likely the one of betting company PaddyPower, whose 'Save our shirt' campaign made the headlines.

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Teams Unsponsored By PaddyPower

PaddyPower's 'Save our shirt' campaign is a 'mission' of the betting firm that is dedicated to save football kits and teams from their shirt sponsor. We take a look at all teams that "PaddyPower is sponsoring to unsponsor their shirt."

Paddy Power kicked off the "Save our shirt" campaign in July by announcing it had signed its first shirt-sponsorship deal in English football with recently relegated Huddersfield Town. It showed off the club’s new shirt design, featuring a large diagonal sash with the brand’s logo, before announcing that that the logo sponsor kit would be a stunt and Huddersfield Town’s kit will actually be sponsor-free.

Since then, Paddy Power has added Motherwell, Newport County, Southend United and Macclesfield Town to its "unsponsoring" campaign.

Huddersfield Town - Championship

Motherwell FC - Scottish Premiership

Newport County - League Two

Southend United - League One

Macclesfield Town - League Two

PaddyPower some days ago also launched a new TV campaign calling on advertisers to stop bastardising football shirts. It mocks football-shirt sponsorship by showing people wearing kit with absurd branding, such as "Grumpy Pigeon", "Little Blue Pill" and "Mr Softy".

It is accompanied by I Love My Shirt by Donovan. A voiceover concludes: "Wouldn’t it be great if your footy shirt looked less like a billboard?"

Michelle Spillane, brand marketing director at Paddy Power, said: "The response to the campaign has been phenomenal and we are delighted to be launching the next phase of our campaign and hope it inspires others to join our quest to give a clean shirt back to the fans."

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