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Premier League Football Club sponspored by OKI
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OkiPremier League Football Club sponspored by OKI : OKI Printing Solutions’ sponsored Premier League Football Club, Portsmouth FC is to take part in this year’s prestigious Asia Trophy Cup between the 24th and 27th of July 2007. The Asia Trophy Cup Tournament, which is jointly hosted by the Hong Kong Football Association (FA) and the UK’s Football Association Premier League (FAPL), will kick off in Hong Kong, exposing Premier League Football Portsmouth FC and OKI Printing Solutions brands to audiences globally. In January this year, OKI Printing Solutions extended its sponsorship with premier league football club Portsmouth FC until 2009, based on the success of the partnership over the past two pemier league seasons.
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Both brands have enjoyed significant success since initiating the partnership in 2005, with OKI Printing Solutions now the second largest provider of business printers in Europe. Equally, Portsmouth FC has climbed up the Premier League from 17th place in 2005, to 9th place this season. The FAPL’s invitation to take part in the prestigious tournament comes in recognition of the team’s success this season.

Portsmouth Premier League Club
The UK’s FAPL is one of the most elite and wealthiest leagues in the world, with matches broadcast to more than 500 million homes in 200 countries worldwide. This brand exposure has provided a significant boost to both the sales team and the channel in the UK. Phil Scrase, Managing Director of OKI Printing Solutions in the UK said: “The FA Premier League has recognised the hard work and dedication of Portsmouth FC over the past season by offering the team one of only four places to participate in the Asia Trophy Cup,” he said. “It’s a great achievement and we wish the team all the best for the competition.” Corporate sponsorships such as the Portsmouth FC partnership play an important role in helping OKI Printing Solutions to build strong and lasting business relationships, whilst giving something back to the local community.

About Portsmouth Football Club
The original Portsmouth Football Club was formed in 1898 after local team Royal Artillery fell out of favour. A meeting of five local businessmen and sportsmen brought together by solicitor Alderman JE Pink invested in an area of land which was to become Fratton Park. As original members of Division Three in 1920, the naval city's club flourished with the introduction of the Third Division (South) the following year. Pompey finished top of the 1923-24 table and 1927 saw a dramatic last-day promotion to Division One, beating Manchester City to the second promotion place by slenderest of goal average margins - 1/200th of a goal. The period of success under legendary manager Jack Tinn continued and saw FA Cup final appearances in both 1929 and 1934. But Tinn - who was in charge from 1927 to 1947 - helped Portsmouth get their hands on the famous trophy with a 4-1 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers in 1939.

Portsmouth Football Club history
After World War II, Portsmouth continued to be one of the leading sides in the country, winning back-to-back League Championships in 1949 and 1950. But they were unable to sustain that success and through the 1960s and 1970s the club was outside the upper echelons - and even had a brief stay in Division Four. But Pompey found their feet once again and recorded a series of elevations in the early 1980s, culminating in their first top-flight season in almost three decades in 1987-88. Relegation followed a year on and a series of managers attempted to restore the side back to former glories. After 16 years, Harry Redknapp - a Premier League veteran with West Ham - guided them back to the top with a flowing brand of football.

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