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Vasco inks double deal with Global CBB, OdontoCompany

Brazilian Série A club Vasco da Gama has inked two new kit sponsorships ahead of the 2019 season launch.

The club has signed a back-of-shorts partnership with Brazilian car insurance firm Global CBB until the end of this year.

The partnership went live at the Taça Guanabara cup final against Fluminense on Sunday night, where the brand was visible on the back-of-shorts for the first time.

The Taça Guanabara is an annual, off-season knockout tournament played by 16 sides from Rio de Janeiro. The top four sides – Flamengo, Fluminense, Botafogo and Vasco da Gama – are all seeded.

Last week, Vasco also extended its back-of-shirt partnership with Brazilian dental firm OdontoCompany.

OdontoCompanyfeatured on the back-of-shirt in the Taça Guanabara semi-final against Resende, and extended the partnership for the final against Fluminense.

The final was broadcast live on national TV via Brazil’s Globo and SporTV networks.

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