Arsenal announce new partnership deal with Tidal


Arsenal have just announced a new partnership deal with music streaming platform Tidal. The North London football club already have deals with Emirates, Puma and more recently Visit Rwanda, and the deal with Tidal means Arsenal members will enjoy access to Tidal’s large library of music. Tidal was founded by Jay Z back in 2015, and is co-owned by a list of big artists including Rihanna, Usher and Madonna to name a few.

Arsenal’s chief commercial officer Vinai Venkatesham is all for the partnership stating “It’s a celebration of our shared belief in young talent, and will create opportunities to bring together our players with Tidal’s rising artists”. Current Arsenal players Danny Welbeck, Hector Bellerin and Reiss Nelson have already created their own playlist for their supporters which can be found on the streaming platform.

Arsenal will hope to build on last seasons finish of 5th, which saw the club miss out on Champions League football for the second season in a row and saw an end to long-standing manager Arsene Wenger’s reign at the club. They have now appointed former PSG manager Unai Emry.

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