Prozis partners with Valencia

Sports nutrition company teams up with struggling Spanish soccer side.

21 September 2016 Adam Nelson
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La Liga soccer outfit Valencia CF have unveiled sports nutrition and food supplements comany Prozis as their latest official partner.

The one-year agreement will see Prozis work as the official nutrition partner of the struggling Spanish club for the remainder of the 2016/17 soccer season.

Prozis will benefit from the use of Valencia's image rights to promote its products, as well as having access to Valencia players who will endorse the company's range of nutrition goods.

In turn, Prozis will provide the Valencia squad with specially developed supplements designed to enhance performance, prevent injuries and improve recovery.

“We are extremely proud to announce our first sponsorship agreement in the nutrition and food supplement sector, which is extremely important for players and sport development,” said Peter Draper, Valencia's director of marketing.

The news comes on the day that Valencia announced the sacking of their manager, Pako Ayesteran, following a start to the season that has seen them lose all of their opening four La Liga fixtures.

La Liga soccer outfit Valencia CF have unveiled sports nutrition and food supplements comany Prozis as their latest official partner.

The one-year agreement will see Prozis work as the official nutrition partner of the struggling Spanish club for the remainder of the 2016/17 soccer season.

Prozis will benefit from the use of Valencia's image rights to promote its products, as well as having access to Valencia players who will endorse the company's range of nutrition goods.

In turn, Prozis will provide the Valencia squad with specially developed supplements designed to enhance performance, prevent injuries and improve recovery.

“We are extremely proud to announce our first sponsorship agreement in the nutrition and food supplement sector, which is extremely important for players and sport development,” said Peter Draper, Valencia's director of marketing.

The news comes on the day that Valencia announced the sacking of their manager, Pako Ayesteran, following a start to the season that has seen them lose all of their opening four La Liga fixtures.