Premier league dating site
The league in its current format was founded on February 20, 1992 and is composed of 20 teams that play 38 rounds to contest the title.
The bottom-placed three teams are relegated to the Football League Championship while three new clubs gain promotion.
After processing your payment via Paypal, Lovebook creates a unique profile page for the customer, using three photos, and buys targeting Facebook advertising for the campaign. You pitch for love will be shown in paid ad slots across your targeted groups, reaching tens of thousands of people.
"These ads have the potential to go viral," says James.
The San Francisco-based company aims to connect successful, well-educated singles who want to dip into a more selective dating pool than Tinder.
The company’s algorithm recommends which applicants the company should add to the site, then employees review profiles to make sure they fit the bill.
Premier League side Manchester United are one of the most commercially successful football clubs on the planet and it appears that the Old Trafford outfit will have a new sleeve sponsor for the upcoming season, with reports suggesting that a £12m per-year deal with online dating giants Tinder.
Premier League is one of the first big leagues in Europe to introduce sleeve sponsorship from the upcoming season and it appears that Manchester United have wasted no time in making the first move.
The League, an invite-only dating app that encourages users with high standards to “Keep them that way,” planned to launch midday Wednesday in Chicago.
Also, Read; Photos: Nemanja Matic joins Man United in training The popular mobile application has millions of users, who try and find love (or whatever their hearts desire) by swiping right for potential matches.
Nine clubs, including Red Devil biggest rivals Chelsea and Manchester City, have signed sleeve deals but none for any amount near the £12million a year that Tinder is said to be offering.
This means that the ads could reach Facebook users that would not be found on traditional dating sites, such as celebrities, James claims.
"If you have the same interests as Kim Kardashian or a Premier League footballer, you could end up on their page," he says.