Manchester United have announced a £24 million training kit after sponsorship deal with Tezos. United confirmed the new training shirt Sponsorship deal with Blockchain firm Tezos.The Tezos-branded kit will be worn by united first team squad for the first time prior to match against Southampton.The Tezos logo will also feature in training kits worn by Manchester United women's team.
This deal has replaced AON as their training kit sponsor. Surprisingly,the new kit doesn't involve the Carrington training ground as AON used to.
Victoria Timpson, Manchester United CEO of Alliances and Partnership said:"This is a hugely exciting partnership for Manchester United because it aligns us with one of the most advanced, reliable, sustainable blockchain in an area of technology which promises to truly revolutionize the way that everyone including the club and our fans can interact.We are delighted to welcome Tezos as the latest industry leader to join our family of partners."
Tezos partnership will also support Manchester United Foundation with the ongoing donations and also help to train, educate young people within the community.
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