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NASL signs Seiko as league sponsor
April 11th, 2014 4:18PM

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[SOCCER BUSINESS] The NASL has signed a partnership agreement with Seiko as the official timekeeper for the 2014 season.

Seiko will be featured at each of the 10 NASL club’s venues throughout the season on the fourth official’s substitution and timing boards, on goal line advertising boards, on the broadcast game clock and within the league’s official website NASL.com. A Seiko branded game clock will be featured within NASL broadcasts

“We are delighted to welcome such a globally recognized brand as Seiko as an official timekeeper of the NASL for 2014,” said NASL Commissioner Bill Peterson.  “Seiko has partnered with prestigious sporting brands including FC Barcelona and we are honored to be in such illustrious company.”

Since the Tokyo Olympic Games in 1964, Seiko has assisted international sports with timing technologies and services.


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