There is a New Sponsor in Uniform Chelsea Season Home
London – No more Samsung in the chest of the players Chelsea next season. Because the Blues have had a new sponsor contract value reportedly only lost to Manchester United in the Premier League.
After a decade-sponsored by Samsung, the West London club decided to end their cooperation and switch to the top tire manufacturers from Japan, Yokohama Rubber, which will be the primary sponsor on the jersey until the First Team Youth Team.
Signing a contract duration of five years starting 2015/2016 season was done at Stamford Bridge between Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck, the boss Yokohama, Tadanobu Nagumo. After the contract signature event, Nagumo with the CEO of Yokohama, Hideto Katsurugawa, pose with the team manager, Jose Mourinho and captain John Terry on the pitch.
Reportedly during the five years that Chelsea got a fund of 200 million pounds or 40 million pounds per season, which is the value in the UK only to Chevrolet, which gives Manchester United 53 million pounds per season.
“Chelsea and Yokohama is perfect. Both are duani organization with a focus on performance and innovation, as well as have great ambition and always had a culture of success,” Buck said as quoted by Sky Sports.
“We believe Yokohama will play an important role in helping us to expand our international market, especially in the United States, where they’ve been operating for a long time,” said Buck.
“In addition, of course, Chelsea also have a good history with Japanese companies become our partner, to assist us in the development of their local markets.”