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Spanish Football Federation lands Iberia deal

The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has agreed a new sponsorship deal with airline Iberia.

The company has signed a three-year contract to serve as the official airline of the RFEF and its national teams. The deal includes the provision for a two-year extension.

Under the agreement, Iberia will serve as an official sponsor of Spain’s men’s and women’s national teams, as well as providing transport services to the RFEF.

Iberia will become a second-tier ‘official sponsor’ of the RFEF alongside insurance firm Pelayo.

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