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Coral announce partnership with football giants Leeds United

Coral are proud to announce their new partnership with Leeds United, which makes them the club’s official betting and gaming partner, as well as sponsoring the north east corner of the stand, which will be called ‘The Coral North East Stand’.

As part of the new sponsorship deal, Leeds United supporters will be able to access exclusive betting offers throughout the season either online or at Coral kiosks around the Elland Road ground.

Leeds United chairman Massimo Cellino said: “Coral is a leader in their industry, and it’s another promising sign for the future of Leeds United, that they have chosen to enter into this great partnership with us. We look forward to working closely with them over the coming season, and forge a relationship that will continue to grow beyond.”

Coral’s Brand Director, Matt Prevost added: “We are thrilled to be partnering with a club of the size and stature of Leeds United and look forward to providing the Club’s fans with the best possible football betting service whether this be online, mobile or through the kiosks in the ground.”

“We would like to wish Leeds United the very best for the season ahead. Everyone at Coral is looking forward to it immensely.”

The West Yorkshire side have had a promising start to the season in the Championship under new coach Uwe Rosler, who has maintained an unbeaten run. They are 14/1 with Coral to achieve promotion back to the Premier League this campaign and look like they have a squad which is more than capable of doing so.

Leeds United have a rich footballing history, with former greats such as Billy Bremner, John Charles and Peter Lorimer win silverware during the successful 70s era, while they also have one of the best youth academies in the country, which has groomed the likes of Alan Smith and Jonathan Woodgate.

Coral are offering new customers odds of 10/1 for Leeds United to beat Sheffield Wednesday with a max bet of £5 and if they don’t win customers will get £20 in free bets.