Here are the sponsors for the Spain Men’s National Football Team ahead of the Euros next summer.
Name of the Football Association – Royal Spanish Football Federation (Real Federación Española de Fútbol; RFEF)
Seat – The Volkswagen-owned Martorell-headquartered Spanish automobile manufacturer serves as a Main Sponsor to the Spain Men’s National Football Team since May 2018. The sponsorship grants Seat image rights to the Spanish team’s players for promotional activities. Seat also holds branding rights across the team’s physical and digital assets. The deal currently runs until 2021.
Finetwork – Earlier this year in August, Spanish fiber and mobile telecommunications operator Finetwork signed a sponsorship deal with the RFEF that would cover their senior men’s and women’s teams and their respective youth sides as well as the Copa del Rey, Copa de la Reina and Supercopa de España Femenina competitions. The deal made Finetwork the official telecommunications operator of the Spain Men’s National Football Team. The sponsorship grants Finetwork branding rights across RFEF’s physical and digital assets. The deal is currently set to run until 2023.
Adidas – The German sportswear giant served as the official kit supplier to the RFEF’s teams from 1981 to 1983, after which it was replaced by fellow French rival Le Coq Sportif, who served in the same capacity for eight years, before Adidas re-signed with the RFEF in 1991. It has retained its role with the Spanish football association ever since. Adidas last renewed its deal with the RFEF in November 2019, which is currently set to run until 2030.
Pelayo – The Madrid-headquartered insurance company has served as an official sponsor to the RFEF since 2008. The sponsorship grants Pelayo branding rights across RFEF’s physical and digital assets. Pelayo last renewed its deal the RFEF in March last year. The extension expanded Pelayo’s deal to cover RFEF’s senior women’s team ahead of the Women’s World Cup in France. It’s currently set to run until the 2022 Men’s World Cup in Qatar.
Iberia – Spain’s flag carrier airline Iberia signed a three-year sponsorship deal with the RFEF in December 2018. The deal sees Iberia provide transport services to RFEF’s national teams for their international outings. Iberia also holds branding rights across RFEF’s physical and digital assets.
Halcon Viajes – The Spanish online trip advising platform also serves as an official sponsor to the RFEF. The deal grants Halcon Viajes branding rights across RFEF’s physical and digital assets.
Cabreiroa – The Verín-headquartered mineral water brand serves as an official collaborator to the RFEF. The deal sees Cabreiroa supply its products to RFEF’s events and their teams’ activities. Cabreiroa also holds branding rights across RFEF’s physical and digital assets.
Sanitas – The Spanish private healthcare provider is a long-time official Medical Provider of the RFEF. As per the deal, Sanitas provides RFEF’s teams with medical expertise, treatment and specialist healthcare technology. It also holds branding rights across RFEF’s physical and digital assets. Sanitas last extended its partnership with the RFEF in March 2019. It’s currently set to run until 2021.
Seur – The Madrid-based transport and logistics firm became an official supplier of the RFEF in a two-year deal in March 2019. The deal sees Seur provide transport and courier services to RFEF’s teams. Seur also holds branding rights across RFEF’s physical and digital assets.
ATM Broadcast – The Madrid-based broadcast services provider is a long-time partner of the RFEF. As per the partnership, ATM accompanies RFEF’s teams on their international duties and create co-branded digital content which includes the likes of interviews and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. ATM also holds branding rights across RFEF’s physical and digital assets.
El Ganso – The Boadilla del Monte-based fashion brand signed a four-year deal with the Spain Men’s National Football Team in September 2020. The deal sees El Ganso supply streetwear clothing to the team’s players. El Ganso also works with the team to create co-branded apparel, while enjoying image rights to Spanish national players to feature in its promotional content. El Ganso also holds branding rights across the team’s physical and digital assets.
El Gourmet de La Roja – El Gourmet de La Roja is the RFEF’s officially licensed gastronomic project. It’s essentially a catering service provider that organises and curates custom-made culinary delicacies. Naturally, El Gourmet de La Roja’s first and foremost clients are RFEF’s national teams. It also enjoys a strong branding presence across RFEF’s physical and digital assets.