AstroPay is a pioneer in global payment solutions, and the main choice for thousands of consumers across the world who want to make online purchases on international sites, and it also aims to help merchants access markets more easily and securely.
The partnership will see AstroPay promoted at Molineux on matchdays, including on the LED advertising boards and on mid-tier static advertising boards in the Steve Bull Stand, while the company’s branding will also feature on the media backdrop behind pre-match and post-match interviews with Bruno Lage and his first-team players.
Wolves’ general manager for marketing and commercial growth, Russell Jones, said: “We are excited to work alongside AstroPay as we welcome them into our pack ahead of what promises to be a really exciting new Premier League season.
“It is evident that AstroPay share our ambitious mindset as they push for growth across Latin America and Asia, and we believe this collaboration will be of great benefit to both partners.”
AstroPay has offices in the UK and Latin America, and over two million users, 500 merchants, and more than 200 payment methods available globally. It has extensive experience in handling the specificities of different markets, offering an efficient solution to all its customers – merchants, end users, and business partners.
Mikael Lijtenstein, CEO of AstroPay, said: “We are thrilled to be introducing AstroPay to the Premier League, which is by far the world’s most watched football league, and making a collaboration with Wolves.
“We are certain that our partnership will move us to greater heights and expand our global reach. Good luck to Wolves in the 2021/22 Premier League.”