Lech Poznan Extend Macron Deal Until 2028
Polish outfit Lech Poznan are continuing its journey with Macron as the club’s official kit sponsor for the next five years until 2028.
Lech Poznan Extend Deal With Macron Until 2028
Poznan and the Italian sportswear started their collaboration back in 2018 and it looks like both parties are happy with it. The new contract extension means The Railwaymen will form a 10-year bond with Macron.
Among the years that Poznan have been with the Italian-based sportswear, last season can be considered the most memorable one as they won the league while also celebrating their centenary year anniversary in 2022.
Commenting about the contract renewal, the club’s chairman Karol Klimczak express his joy while stating his expectation for the future. “We highly value Macron’s individual approach to Lech, our needs, and our history. It is important to us that together we can create unique, dedicated match kits,” Klimczak said.
Our relationship goes far beyond the supply of teamwear and has become one of reciprocal respect and friendship”
Meanwhile, Macron’s CEO, Gianluca Pavanello also added, “Renewal of our partnership with Lech Poznan has extended our association with the club to ten years and consolidated the bond first formed in 2018. Our relationship goes far beyond the supply of teamwear and has become one of reciprocal respect and friendship”
Poznan will be hoping that they can continue to write memorable history for the next five years with Macron as their kit supplier. For this season, the Polish outfit released its home and away kit back in July 2022, before the new season started.
Lech Poznan Kit History
Macron Lech Poznan Kit Sponsor Renewal - Key Facts
- Duration: 5 years (2023 - 2028)
- Start Date: 2023
- Previous Shirt Partner: Nike (partnership lasted for 4 years)
- Macron have been in partnership with Lech Poznan since 2018
- Goal of Macron: Continuing the good relationship between both parties and keep on producing quality kits for Lech Poznan
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