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Stölting steps up backing of Schalke

German Bundesliga football club Schalke 04 has expanded its partnership with cleaning, security and personnel services provider Stölting.

The company will become a premium partner of the Gelsenkirchen-based club from the 2019-20 season. The deal names Stölting as the official service group of Schalke until June 30, 2024.

Stölting will benefit from an increased brand presence at Schalke’s Veltins-Arena. Its logo will also appear in the background of mixed-zone interviews and on the team bus.

Stölting will serve as a premium partner of Schalke alongside DHL, Coca-Cola, bet-at-home.com, R+V Versicherung and Böklunder.

Schalke recently extended partnerships with construction company Harfid and Asian online gaming company K8.com.

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