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Czech Football Association teams up with Ardon Safety

The Football Association of the Czech Republic (FAČR) has agreed a new partnership with workwear and footwear manufacturer Ardon Safety.

The Czech firm has signed on as a Premium Partner of the FAČR through to Uefa Euro 2020.

Tomáš Voženílek, managing director of Ardon Safety, said: “For many years we have been supporting mainly regional sports, social and cultural projects.

“We are very pleased to see that, thanks to our support, young people are attracted to sport or to the renowned cultural events in our region. The impact of our business activity has been transnational in recent years, so we decided to combine our activities with the Czech football team.”

The Czech Republic will open its qualifying campaign for the tournament by facing England at Wembley Stadium today.

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