Crystal Palace Announce Mukuru Sleeve Sponsor Deal

English Premier League club Crystal Palace today announced African-focused financial platform Mukuru as the official sleeve sponsor for the 2022-23 season.

Mukuru replace FacebankMukuru are "a next-generation financial services platform and one of the largest money transfer providers in Africa. Mukuru were founded in 2004. In addition to offering International Money Transfers, Mukuru also offer help for broader financial needs.

Mukuru replace Facebank, who had been the club's sleeve sponsor for one season.

Financial Platform Mukuru Become Crystal Palace Sleeve Sponsor For 22-23 Season

Mukuru and Crystal Palace signed a deal for one season only - the brand's logo will feature on the left sleeve in the 2022-2023 campaign. No financial details of the Crystal Palace Mukuru deal are known yet.

Palace again sign an one-year dealPalace’s squad boasts several key players who represent African countries, including Wilf Zaha, Jordan Ayew, Jeff Schlupp, and African Cup of Nations winner Cheikhou Kouyate.

Andy Jury, CEO of Mukuru, says,

"Mukuru is a business that puts the customer at the centre of everything we do. Our essence and passion lie in helping to solve problems for Africa’s emerging consumers through financial inclusion and uniting people across the world. This passion drives the way we do business, the way we communicate with our customers and the way we choose partnerships.

Soccer is the most supported sport on the African continent, uniting people globally, and our customers identified Crystal Palace as one of the teams they support."

Barry Webber, Commercial Director of Crystal Palace, says,

"This is a really exciting partnership for Crystal Palace, and we’re thrilled to welcome Mukuru on board. As a club, we are incredibly proud of our links with the African continent, which were encapsulated by midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate winning the African Cup of Nations earlier this year."

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