Ministers want to close ‘loophole’ as part of gambling law reformDMCS also weighing up banning UK-based firms from club shirts

The “loophole” that allows foreign betting firms to advertise on English and Scottish football teams’ shirts and pitchside hoardings is likely to be scrapped as part of government plans to reduce gambling’s hold on the game.

Ministers finalising a planned reform of gambling laws are expected to unveil their proposals within weeks, with an outright ban on betting company logos appearing on football shirts thought to be a strong possibility.

Continue reading…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *