Watford FC Puts up 10% of Its Stake For Sale


Watford Football Club, an English professional football club in the Sky Bet Championship, is putting up approximately 10% of its club for sale to investors and fans. According to the club, the investment platform Republic and its European platform, Seedrs are facilitating the equity sales.

Watford FC to Improve its Club’s Performance

The Hertfordshire-based club, valued at 175 million GBP, aims to raise more than 17.5 million GBP in funding. Notably, the price per share is set at 12.44 GBP and the minimum investment is four shares through Seedrs and eight shares through Republic. With the capital, Watford F.C. will be able to fund ideas to improve the club’s performance. 

The club is focused mainly on retirement, training, and coaching the men’s first team while developing its brand. As such, the funds realized will help achieve all its plans. Additionally, investors will be able to get tokens and access complete offers. The club is also building a stronger community around the team. Likewise, It intends to boost future trading of investors’ tokens.

Watford FC Chairman and CEO Scott Duxbury is committed to doing everything possible to bring the club back to the Premier League with determination.

Winklevoss Twins Invest in Football Club

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss invested in Real Bedford Football Club (RBFC), owned by Bitcoin (BTC) podcaster Peter McCormack in April. Through their investment firm Winklevoss Capital, the Winklevoss twins injected $4.5 million worth of Bitcoin into RBFC to support its growth and ambitions.

The fund will contribute to infrastructure development, including a new training center, and support for girls’ and youth football programs. Following this investment, Cameron and Tyler assume the role of co-owners of RBFC alongside Peter McCormack, read the announcement.

Also, the twins expressed their commitment to RBFC’s journey to the top league in the United Kingdom. Cameron Winklevoss highlights that their investment is not merely in a football club but in a dream to elevate RBFC to Premier League status.

OneFootball raised $300M to Mark its Presence in Web3 and Metaverse

In 2022, the famous German football media application, OneFootball announced that it secured $300 million in a Series D fundraising round to grow the company’s presence in the digital world. It used the funding for expansion in Web 3.0 and developed new features on its platform.

As per the announcement, the company joined NFT-focused Animoca Brands to create a joint venture called OneFootball Labs. the new platform was designed to enable clubs, leagues, federations, and players to provide digital assets and fan-centric experiences based on blockchain technology.

Additionally, football fans were given the option to buy and store digital collectibles using their email addresses and credit cards.

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