Everton Football Club has added Clarity Sports to its partner portfolio as the Club’s new Official Team and Business Travel Partner and Match Break Partner.
Part of Clarity Travel, one of the UK’s leading travel management companies, Clarity Sports has signed a new multi-year agreement with Everton that will see Clarity facilitate the Club’s team travel for all fixtures and business travel.
As official Match Break Partner, Clarity’s sporting arm, Sportsbreaks.com, will also offer Evertonians access to their specially-designed Match Break packages when fans are permitted to return in full to stadia.
Blues will be able to secure packages directly from Sportsbreaks.com, which cover tickets to the game and a weekend stay in the city, allowing supporters to take in the sights and sounds of Merseyside before heading to the match to soak up the unforgettable atmosphere of Goodison Park.
Clarity Sports facilitates travel for some of the biggest and best organisations across multiple sports.
Alan McTavish, Commercial Director at Everton Football Club, said: “Clarity Sports is a leader in sports and business travel, and we are delighted to announce this agreement.
“I know how eager Evertonians from all over the world are to visit Goodison again when it is safe to do so, and Clarity Sports and the Club will be ready to offer them a warm welcome and provide an unforgettable experience when the time is right.”
Rob Slawson, Director of Sports Travel at Clarity, commented: “It is always a real privilege to be trusted to facilitate team and business travel for any organisation, and we are really excited to be working alongside a Club of the size and stature of Everton.
“As well as working alongside the Club to secure team and travel operations, we have agreed a fantastic deal to provide Match Break packages to Everton fans.
"We are all itching to get back to watching live sports, and when it is safe for fans to return to full-capacity grounds, our fantastic Match Break packages will be available to Everton fans around the world via sportsbreaks.com.”