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Leganés signs shirt deal with Laboratorios Ynsadiet

LaLiga football club Leganés has signed a new shirt deal with local food supplements and cosmetics brand Laboratorios Ynsadiet.

Under the deal, Laboratorios Ynsadiet will have branding on the back-of-shirt at Leganés for the next two seasons, with both the men’s and women’s teams.

The deal comes two weeks after Leganés appointed a new marketing executive, José Ángel García, as its director of international.

García previously worked on international projects for LaLiga for four years, and will assist Leganés in pursuing both international brands and players.

Leganés’s current sponsors include front-of-shirt partner Betway, kit supplier Joma, and local brands Arriaga Asociados, Mahou and CaixaBank.

Laboratorios Ynsadiet was founded in Madrid, where Leganés is based, in 1980.

 

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