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Granada CF Kit Deal With Nike Until 2024 | Contract Worth €12 Million For Four Years

In 2019, Granada CF joined hand with American sportswear brand Nike in a kit sponsorship deal. Granada and Nike signed a four-year kit contract deal. Granada Kit Contract Deal with Nike is worth €4 million per season.

Now take a look at the financial numbers behind the Granada Kit Contract Deal with Nike:

ContractDetails
Kit SupplierNike
Duration4 years (2019-2023)
Yearly payments€3 million
Total payment over 4 years€12 million
Any performance-related clauses?€1.5 million a year will be added to the yearly deal if Granada qualifies for the Champions League and clear the group stage.

After signing a billion euro kit contract deal with Barcelona, Nike places eyes on other La Liga clubs. In 2020, Nike become the official kit supplier for Granada CF replacing kit maker Errea.

The deal is worth €12 million in total payment over 4 years valid from 1 July 2019. With this deal, Nike will be Granada’s new technical sponsor for 2019-20, 2020-21. 2021-22 and 2022-23 seasons.

Moreover, In addition to the first team, its lower categories, women’s teams, and schools will also wear Nike jerseys.

Granada shirt sponsorship contract deal

After being promoted to La Liga, Granada signed a shirt sponsorship deal with a Paris-based online gaming site, Winamax.

The deal is reportedly worth €2 million per annum. The deal was signed in 2019.

Have a look at the financial numbers behind the deal:

CONTRACTDETAILS
Duration4 years (2019-18 season to 2023-24)
Yearly payments€2 million a year
Total payment over 4 years€8 million
Any performance-related clauses?€1 million a year will be added to the yearly deal if Granada CF secures the champions league spot.

The shirt sponsorship deal gives Winamax access to front-of-shirt branding rights for the club’s matchday and training shirts.

The shirt sponsorship deal is worth €8 million in total payment over 4 years valid from 2019. The deal is set to end after the 2021-22 season.

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