The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) has signed a five-year sponsorship deal with US automotive giant Chevrolet.
Chevrolet replaces German car manufacturer Volkswagen as a CBF sponsor, and is being given the same ´master´ designation as Itaú, Vivo, Guaraná Antárctica and Sadia - all a rung below Nike in the CBF´s sponsorship hierarchy.
Chevrolet´s logo will be placed on the Brazilian national team shorts, as well as on coats and team buses.
Leyton Orient are delighted to announce that online bookmakers 666Bet will be the new shirt sponsor for the 2014-15 campaign.
The record sponsorship deal for the Club will see the 666Bet company logo printed on the front of the home and away shirts from the first game of the season.
Coventry City have signed a new two-year sponsorship deal with STATsports – a leading international sports performance analysis company.
The company provides a huge range of fitness data and performance monitoring through its software system. Players wear a small Viper pod during training and practice games which measures and transmits the data, which can either be monitored live or collected and analysed by coaching staff.
That data can be used to monitor individual players’ progress and also compare them to other squad members. The STATsports name and logo will be carried on the Sky Blues away kit and on the back of the home and away shorts.