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RTL extends commitment to Luxembourg Football Federation

The Luxembourg Football Federation (FLF) has extended its sponsorship deal with commercial broadcaster RTL.

The two parties have been in partnership since 2006 and have agreed a four-year extension to the association.

As the FLF’s official sponsor, RTL will continue to promote Luxembourgish football in general as well as club championship matches and national cups.

In addition to this, RTL will also support the FLF’s training centre for youth footballers as its media partner.

RTL will remain on a FLF sponsor roster that includes the likes of BGL BNP Paribas, Coca-Cola and Volkswagen.

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