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Avia renews front-of-shirt deal with SD Eibar

Swiss oil brand Avia has renewed its front-of-shirt partnership with LaLiga club SD Eibar.

Under the deal, Avia will continue as Eibar’s Principal Partner for two more seasons, from 2020-21 to 2021-22. The deal also includes an option to extend for one more year.

As part of the deal, Avia will get front-of-shirt branding on both the match-day and training kits, LED perimeter board advertising, and branding across Eibar’s digital and social channels.

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Avia first signed as Eibar’s front-of-shirt sponsor in 2015. Since then, Avia has supplied petrol for the needs of Eibar staff and players.

In April this year, Eibar announced that Spanish brand Joma will take over from Puma as kit supplier this season.

At the beginning of last season, the club signed a new sleeve deal with HiKOKI, a Hitachi-owned Japanese power tool brand.

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