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Report: Barcelona charges up ‘€30m’ Phillips sleeve sponsorship

Electronics firm set to sign initital three-year deal with LaLiga outfit.

22 May 2023 Josh Sim

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Spanish soccer titans Barcelona have closed a sleeve sponsorship deal with technology giant Phillips, according to Mundo Deportivo.


  • Three-year deal reportedly worth €30 million (US$32.45 million) has been agreed
  • Agreement said to include option to extend the sponsorship for two more seasons, which would net Barcelona a further €26 million (US$28.1 million)
  • Dutch company also would pay club bonuses worth between €500,000 (US$541,032) and €1 million (US$1.08 million) should it win trophies during the sponsorship period
  • Phillips to also supply TV monitors for the Camp Nou stadium


The club has gone without a sleeve sponsor for the past two years, with previous sleeve sponsor Beko not renewing an agreement that was reportedly worth €19 million (US$20.5 million) per year. Meanwhile, the club’s women’s team has a sleeve sponsorship deal with Mexico-based food production giant Grupo Bimbo, which is reportedly worth €3.5 million (US$3.78 million).

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Barcelona reportedly are seeking approval from LaLiga for an economic viability plan they submitted earlier this month, with the Phillips sleeve sponsorship likely to be a key revenue source helping to ease the stress on their coffers.

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