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AS Roma renews Official Supplier deal with Sixtus

Italian Serie A club AS Roma has renewed its partnership with Italian healthcare and fitness brand Sixtus.

As part of the deal, Sixtus will continue to supply the AS Roma team for three more seasons, until the end of 2021-22.

Sixtus supplies football clubs with first-aid equipment such as wraps and bandages, physiotherapy equipment such as cryotherapy and ultrasound machines, and a range of food supplements.

It currently has partnerships with 15 of Serie A’s 20 clubs, including Juventus, AC Milan and Internazionale.

Founded in Tuscany in 1974, Sixtus distributes its products directly to sports clubs, retail outlets, medical institutions and physiotherapy centres throughout Italy. It has also retailed overseas since 2005.

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