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Mars Wrigley extends partnership with Scottish FA

UK confectionary group Mars Wrigley has extended its partnership with the Scottish FA.

Under the new deal, the partnership will run until 2022, covering the next men’s World Cup in Qatar.

The deal covers all brands within the Mars Wrigley portfolio, including M&M’s, Extra, Snickers, Twix, Skittles and Bounty.

For the first time, Mars Wrigley will also become an Official Partner of the Scotland Women’s and Scotland Para-Football teams.

Mars Wrigley has been a partner of the Scottish FA and the Scotland men’s team since 2011.

Ahead of the Women’s World Cup in France this month, Mars Wrigley’s has launched the #SupportHer campaign at 500 Co-op stores across Scotland.

The brand will also continue to support the Scottish FA Mars Just Play programme to promote grassroots football in Scotland.

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