The Blues have welcomed an experienced face to the fold to help bolster their revenue.
Chelsea have appointed Casper Stylsvig as their new Chief Revenue Officer.
The new recruit brings a wealth of experience with him, having worked for four elite clubs. His most recent role was at AC Milan, where he played a vital role in doubling the team’s revenues. He helped rebuild the Italian club’s brand and secured over 40 lucrative partnerships.
Under Stylsvi’s leadership, AC Milan reached record retail sales and maintained an average attendance of around 72,000 at San Siro.
He has also worked for Fulham, Manchester United, and FC Barcelona in his career.
“I’m delighted to be joining Chelsea at a hugely exciting time for the club,” Stylsvig said in a club statement.
“I’m looking forward to working with talented colleagues as part of the world-class team that has been built at Chelsea.”
Chelsea will look to benefit from Stylsvig’s expertise in driving revenue and building successful partnerships.
The Blues will return to action on November 25 away to Newcastle United in the Premier League.
🚨 Casper Stylsvig has today been announced as the Chief Revenue Officer for Chelsea Football Club. pic.twitter.com/OwphcNtqnS
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