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Macron commits to OGC Nice until 2023

Italian sportswear brand Macron has renewed its partnership with Ligue 1 club OGC Nice.

Under the new deal, Macron will kit out the southern French side for the next four years, until the end of the 2022-23 season.

Gianluca Pavanello, chief executive CBof Macron, said: “This prestigious partnership with OGC Nice confirms and consolidates our ambitious positioning in the international market. ”

Macron first joined OGC Nice on a three-year deal from 2016-17 to 2018-19.

OGC Nice’s other Official Partners include sportsbook and online casino brand Winamax, insurance firm Allianz and healthcare provider Mutuelles du Soleil.

In Ligue 1, OGC Nice is Macron’s only kit partnership, but the Italian brand has three partnerships in Ligue 2 – with RC Lens, AJ Auxerre and GFC Ajaccio – and four more partnerships in France’s National 3 league.

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