Everton have announced a £10million-per-year partnership with e-commerce company Cazoo as their new shirt sponsor ahead of the 2020-21 season.
🔹 @CazooUK is one of the UK’s most exciting startups
🔹 Transforming the way we buy used cars
🔹 The company is one of the fastest growing new ecommerce businesses
🔹 Founded by serial entrepreneur Alex Chesterman, OBE
🔹 Chesterman founded LoveFilm and Zoopla
— Everton (@Everton) June 8, 2020
The Toffees sealed a three-year deal with the company, an online used car platform, becoming the main sponsor on the front of the first-team shirt and training kits.
Cazoo will replace SportPesa when the current campaign, which has been stopped in its tracks by the coronavirus pandemic, finally finishes in July.
Everton have not released the financial terms, but it is understood to be similar to the previous arrangement which was worth around £9.6 million a year.
The difference with the Cazoo deal is it does not include the Everton Women’s team or academy sides, enabling Everton to pursue alternative partners beyond the men’s senior squad.