Chelsea scores partnership deal with an assist from Louth man

Halpin Sport Sponsorship’s founder Peter Halpin has brokered a partnership between Aussie company GO Markets and the Premier League club

21st February, 2021
Chelsea scores partnership deal with an assist from Louth man
Kurt Zouma (centre) is one of the Chelsea stars who will be available for meet-and-greets with clients when the lockdown is eased Pic: PA

When Chelsea FC unveiled Australian company GO Markets as its official online trading partner last November, Guy Lawrence, chief executive of the Premier League club, welcomed the three-year deal as an apt match between two partners “striving for success”.

Back in Louth, Peter Halpin had his own success to celebrate.

The owner of Halpin Sport Sponsorship was the man behind the deal. From his low-key base in Blackrock village just outside Dundalk, Halpin...

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