Manchester City have announced QNET and T.M.Lewin as their official direct selling and formal wear partners respectively.
The QNET deal, announced during a press conference held at the club’s Etihad Stadium, expands the Citizen’s reach in the Asian market. Etihad, Aaabar Investments, PJS and Etisalat Telecommunications comprise other notable sponsors who have primarily Asian-focused deals with the club.
“We are delighted to be working with QNET in a partnership that presents both parties with exciting opportunities to collaborate through football across the world and continues our exciting growth across Asia,” expressed Manchester City’s chief business officer, Tom Glick.
T.M.Lewin will keep City looking the part in a two-year deal. The British shirt maker will provide the team with suits, shirts and ties.
T.M.Lewin chief executive, Geoff Quinn, said: “We are delighted to be adding Manchester City to our portfolio of sporting partnerships. To be working with the Premier League Champions is a particular honour and we look forward to helping the squad maintain their world class image off the pitch, during what we are confident will be an exciting and successful season for them.”
The current Premier League champions begin their title defence this Sunday at Newcastle.