Sports social media company Sportswik have announced an exciting new partnership with Croydon FC. The company's move into the UK has been overseen by Snowmedia, a Sussex Innovation Croydon member.
The deal sees ”The Trams” - Croydon Football Club - become Sportwik’s Non-League ambassador club, and they will carry the Sportswik name on their shirt. The partnership follows a successful trial of the app during last season, and coincides with the launch of Sportswik in the UK.
So far, Sportswik has invested over £4 million in the developing the free-to-download app which, in just three years, has been adopted by 45% of grassroots football teams across Sweden. Next season it will be introduced across youth leagues, disability football and the non-league game – with the London FA also adopting it across its Cup competitions.
Sportswik CEO, Martin Wiklund said: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to partner with Croydon FC – and help the club re-establish itself and build a new generation of fans through the app. When it comes to sports social media Twitter and Facebook can’t rival Sportwik’s functionality.”
To follow Croydon FC on Sportswik, users can click here via their mobile device or computer. To register an account, download the app from Google Play or the Apple Store.