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AS Monaco has announced that it is the first club in League 1 to partner with Sokin, a FinTech service that’s already well established in the Premier League.
From 1st July, Sokin will become AS Monaco’s official payment solutions partner for three seasons and will notably allow the club to make international payments through its dedicated platform.
The Sokin brand will feature on the club’s communication material and the Stadium’s LED panel.
AS Monaco is the first Ligue 1 club to partner with Sokin, which is already established in the Premier League.
“We are very proud to welcome Sokin to the AS Monaco family,” said Oleg Petrov, Vice-Chairman and CEO of AS Monaco. “This new collaboration is part of our desire to continue the overall development of the club. We are delighted to be working with this innovative and internationally oriented partner, who works with Premier League clubs and who has chosen AS Monaco to be present in Ligue 1.”
According to a club statement on Tuesday, by joining forces with an actor that has become a benchmark in ‘FinTech’ in just a few years, AS Monaco is confirming its desire to develop innovative partnerships and increase its international visibility.
“We are delighted to team up with a club as prestigious as AS Monaco to support our ambitions for growth,” said Vroon Modgill, Founder and CEO of Sokin. “We look forward to working with the club and its partners to help create more inclusive and comprehensive payment and transfer solutions to increase the freedom to play football without financial barriers.”
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