Hublot continues to position itself in football. After partnering with Paris St Germain, and launching a limited edition watch with the French Champions, Hublot has become the Official watch partner of the UEFA Champions League.
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UEFA and Mastercard extended their partnership deal until 2018. The renewal includes sponsorship of the UEFA Super Cup, UEFA Women’s Champions League final and the UEFA Youth League finals. The agreement will also see MasterCard continue as the Official Provider of UEFA Champions League player mascots.
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UniCredit has renewed its deal as the official bank of the UEFA Champions League, which will also see the banking group become a partner of the Europa League in the same capacity.
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Manchester United reported that revenue from its Nike managed merchandising business, which Adidas will take over next season, continued to decline in the fiscal second quarter.
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Manchester City extends its footprint on global football by acquiring the Melbourne Heart and Yokohama Marinos, respectively part of the A-League and J-League. In the long run, what does that mean?
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Nissan has confirmed a new four-year deal with UEFA to become a global sponsor of the Champions League, taking over Ford’s role as the Official Car Partner of Europe’s elite club football competition from the start of the 2014/15 season.
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