Partnership Agreed With GameTime Hydration

Saturday 5 August 2017 09:00

Fulham Football Club is delighted to announce a partnership with GameTime Hydration who will become the Club’s Official Energy Drink Partner for the 2017/18 & 2018/19 seasons.

GameTime Hydration is a new sports drink on the market and the only sports drink which uses 7.5 alkaline water for ultimate hydration.

Making significant strides in professional sports around the world, GameTime has already established an impressive portfolio of athletes endorsing its range of drinks.

As part of the deal, the GameTime Hydration brand will appear on the back of the playing shorts of the First Team’s home, away and third kits and their energy drink will be available to Fulham fans on matchdays at Craven Cottage.

The Club’s First and Under23s squads will be provided with Game Time Hydration energy drinks throughout the term of the partnership, including the newly released Alkaline Water.

Casper Stylsvig, Chief Revenue Officer at Fulham FC said:

“We are delighted to partner with GameTime Hydration for the next two seasons and welcome them to our historic Craven Cottage home. GameTime Hydration has chosen Fulham FC to broaden their exposure within European football and we are looking forward to working together and building a strong relationship for many years to come as Game Time Hydration expands into new markets.”

Norman Simmons, founder and Marketing Director of Game Time Hydration said:

“We are thrilled to be joining Fulham FC as the Club’s Official Energy Drink Partner. As a new brand in the UK it was crucial we partnered with a well-known and respected team and Fulham FC is just that. We are hugely grateful to the Club for this opportunity to introduce our delicious and innovative range of sports drinks to Fulham fans and the wider footballing audience in the UK and beyond. We hope that with the help of our range of drinks, including the first alkaline water sports drink, we can help the team to go one step further this season and be back where the Club belongs, in the Premier League.”