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Avia maintains commitment to FC Nürnberg

German filling stations chain Avia has extended its partnership with Bundesliga football club FC Nürnberg.

Terms of the new deal were not disclosed, but FCN said it will result in a slight financial increase versus the previous agreement.

FCN fans will continue to be able to access discounts at certain Avia locations through the Avia Club Card.

The sponsorship package also includes exposure for Avia in Max-Morlock-Stadion, across digital media and through the club’s youth teams.

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