United Soccer League Announces TwinSpires as Presenting Partner of 2021 Playoffs
The United Soccer League (USL) today announced that TwinSpires will be the presenting partner of the 2021 USL Championship and USL League One Playoffs. TwinSpires is a leading destination for legal wagering in the United States. TwinSpires’ parent company, Churchill Downs — the home of the Kentucky Derby — has a 145-year history and has been a leader in betting since 1875.
"As the sports gaming industry continues to grow across the United States, we’re excited to partner with TwinSpires for the 2021 playoffs," said USL Senior Vice President of Corporate Partnerships Josh Keller. "With the most exciting part of the USL Championship and League One seasons upon us, this partnership will allow our fans to be even more invested in every drama-filled match through different contests and promotions."
Beginning with the first week of the Playoffs, USL fans can enter a free-to-play "pick-‘em" game exclusively on the USL mobile app, courtesy of TwinSpires, for a chance to win cash prizes for the individual(s) with the most accurate selections. Additionally, USL and TwinSpires will be launching special offers and promotions for fans residing in Arizona, Colorado, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee that open sports betting accounts.
TwinSpires Sports offers wagering on professional and college sports from around the world. A wide variety of betting options range from parlays, prop bets, and futures, to live in-game betting that lets a better wager as the action unfolds. TwinSpires enhances the wagering experience through daily insight on news from the sporting world, analysis on top events, and tips.
About United Soccer League
The United Soccer League (USL) is comprised of more than 125 member clubs that bring communities together through the world’s game. Including the USL Championship (USSF Division II), USL League One (USSF Division III), USL League Two and W League (Pre-Professional), USL Academy (elite youth) and Super Y League (youth), the organization is built on a proven and recognized model in international football. In September, the USL announced the USL Super League, a new professional women's league that will apply for Division II sanctioning from USSF and expects to begin play in 2023.