Most recently, Manchester City has extended its partnership with QN Europe, the direct sales company headquartered in Germany, bringing the relationship to ten years. As part of the long-standing partnership, QN Europe will continue to act as the official direct sales partner for City's men's teams.
In the next phase of this partnership, QN Europe will further expand its brands with its dealer network in the European market. The partnership will support the company's marketing efforts.
Damian Willoughby, Senior Vice President of Partnerships at City Football Group, commented: "We are delighted that QN Europe has become the latest partner to extend its relationship with Manchester City under a new long-term agreement that will celebrate ten years of working together. We are thrilled to open another chapter together."
Jérôme Hoerth, General Manager von QN Europe, sagte: „Dies ist eine wertvolle Partnerschaft sowohl für QN Europe als auch für Manchester City, da Leistung für beide Marken von zentraler Bedeutung ist. Wir sind beide angetrieben, um durch harte Arbeit, Leidenschaft und Hingabe erfolgreich zu sein. Durch diese Partnerschaft werden die Kunden und Händler von QN Europe Zugang zu einer Reihe von Manchester City-Erlebnissen haben, die man für Geld nicht kaufen kann. Wir hoffen, weiterhin zusammenzuarbeiten und neue innovative Wege zu finden, um mit den Fans in Kontakt zu treten und sie zu erreichen.“
About Manchester City Football Club
Manchester City FC is an English Premier League club originally founded in 1880 as St Mark's West Gorton. It was officially renamed Manchester City FC in 1894. Since then, Manchester City has won the European Cup Winners' Cup, six league titles, including four Premier League titles (2012, 2014, 2018, 2019), and six FA Cups. Manchester City FC is one of seven clubs in the City Football Group and counts New York City FC and Melbourne City FC among its sister clubs.
Under coach Pep Guardiola, one of the most decorated managers in world football, the club plays its home games in the UEFA Champions League and at home at the Etihad Stadium, a spectacular 55,000-seat arena that City has called home since 2003. Today, the stadium is located on the sprawling Etihad Campus, which includes the City Football Academy, a state-of-the-art performance training and youth development facility in the heart of East Manchester. The City Football Academy has an academy stadium with a capacity of 7,000 and is also the venue where Manchester City Women's Football Club and the Elite Development Squad train and play their home games on a daily basis.
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