Ipswich Town It is currently the ninth club in the Premier League, the third tier of the competition in the United Kingdom. Hence, the club is not very successful in sports, but it is possible that they may have one in terms of marketing.
Ed Sheeran became a sponsor of the club, which he had supported since childhood
English The team earned an extraordinary but powerful sponsor. Next year, Ipswich Town men’s and women’s jerseys will feature an ad paid for by musician Ed Sheeran.
In this way, he decided to promote his new tour, which, according to rumors, will likely be announced in the fall of 2021 or the summer of 2022. The shirts will be marked with sports icons Sheeran previously used to name his later albums, and the word “tour” for the tour.
Sheeran has been a fan of Ipswich Town since childhood. He announced his cooperation with the club, and posted on Instagram an old photo of himself from his youth in the uniform of his favorite team. Ipswich Town featured a photo of Sheeran from a game on Portman Road.
The club’s music sponsor is nothing new, but Sheeran’s collaboration with Ipswich Town could be even greater
This is definitely not the first moment in history when the music creator became a patron of a club in England. In recent years Fontaines DC, Enter Shikari and The Libertines have sponsored bohemians from Dublin and Sainte. Albans City as well as Margate. In 1999, Cardiff City was sponsored by the Super Furry Animals Team.
Sheeran’s agreement with Ipswich Town is, after all, the largest such collaboration to date. Besides, they were mostly little clubs, and also were symbolic gestures. It looks like a rather intentional move here.
Ed Sheeran creates music that borders pop, rock, and folk music, and sometimes mixes it as well with other genres. He is a singer, guitarist, and songwriter, and in his career he has sold hundreds of thousands of recordings and played concerts all over the world. In August 2018, it was sold twice National Stadium In Warsaw. The 30-year-old has released three albums so far – “+” from 2011, “x” from 2014 and “” from 2019. On December 24, 2019, he announced he’s taking a break from music and concerts, but he’s coming back To live performances in 2022 and maybe create another album.