Ed Sheeran has extended his relationship with Ipswich Town Football Club by signing a new sponsorship arrangement.
The band’s emblem, which advertises the singer’s current world tour, was included for the first time on the shirts worn by the men’s and women’s teams during the previous season.
He released the following statement: “I am overjoyed to be continuing my sponsorship of Ipswich Town for another season.”
The Chief Executive Officer of the League One team, Mark Ashton, referred to the fact that he had continued to demonstrate his support as “wonderful.”
“We are thankful for his ongoing support, and we look forward to welcoming him to Portman Road again soon,” he said. “He has been a loyal customer for a long time.”
Later on this month, the club is planning to debut the new shirts, which will have a different manufacturer from the previous ones.
In recent years, Sheeran has made several trips to Portman Road, and his most recent appearance there was in February, when he came dangerously close to missing the Tractor Boys’ game-winning goal against Gillingham.
The present tour will continue until early in the new year and will come to a close in Perth in March.
On the other hand, he expressed the desire to attend a game in the not-too-distant future.
“Both the club and the local community are very important to me, and that’s why I make it a point to stop by Portman Road whenever I’m in Suffolk,” he explained.
“I’ll see you in the next year.”