Betfair Appoints Alan Shearer As Its Football Ambassador

Alan Shearer joins Betfair as Football Ambassador

Premier League‘s all-time record goal scorer Alan Shearer has been appointed as Betfair’s football ambassador just in time for the start of the 17th edition of the UEFA European Football Championship that will take place between June 14 and July 14.

Shearer to Provide Euro 2024 News Insight, Keep a Close Eye on England

The giant global online sports betting provider has chosen the highly decorated player to comment on the latest UEFA Euro 2024 news updates and provide insight into the freshest tournament developments.

As a football ambassador, the winner of the Premier League during the 1994/95 season with Blackburn will also provide weekly game analysis and game preview, while closely examining England’s evolution and the team’s chances to come out with flying colours.

Recently, UK punters have wagered £1.35 million in 24 hours on the outcome of the UK General Election via Betfair Exchange.

Now, they can redirect their wagering attention on the non uk gamstop betting scene as England is getting ready to initiate its Euro campaign on Sunday in a match against the Serbians.

Shearer, who has scooped up two Premier League Golden Boots and also won the Golden Boot at Euro ‘96 while ending a two-year international goal drought, is back to the Euros 28 years later.

Betfair has also become Vasco da Gama’s main non uk gambling site not on gamstop sponsor after inking the most important sponsorship deal in the history of the football club in Brazil.

The Next Two Football Campaigns, Also Part of the Deal

According to the terms of the new contract, the player, who has been voted as England’s greatest striker in the last three decades 30 according to a YouGov survey after defeating Harry Kane, Wayne Rooney, and Teddy Sheringham, signed for Euro 2024 as well as the two upcoming football campaigns.

Shearer netted a total of 30 goals for England in 63 appearances. Only six players have scored more goals for the country than Newcastle’s iconic player, so the result of the votes should be of no surprise.

The striker also won over the nation when he scored five goals at Euro 1996 held in England. During over half of his caps, he was England’s captain.