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Saudi Professional League partners with Schneider Electric

French energy management company Schneider Electric has agreed a sponsorship deal with the Saudi Professional League, the top tier of club football in Saudi Arabia.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Schneider will partner with the SPL in a project focusing on digital transformation and smart solutions in Saudi stadia.

Schneider will also sponsor the second tier Prince Mohammed Bin Salman League.

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