Barcelona’s gamers can have the owl-shaped logo of Canadian rapper Drake on their jerseys at Real Madrid on Sunday in the primary “clasico” of the season in the Spanish league.
Barcelona mentioned Friday that it’ll swap the logo of new sponsor Spotify for the Grammy-winning artist’s logo in the shape of an owl silhouette.
“Spotify has given this privileged area on the jersey as half of the framework of the partnership with the Club, only one of the actions that each manufacturers are placing into place to provide revolutionary experiences for soccer followers, in addition to serving to to attain new audiences by way of music,” Barcelona mentioned in a press release Friday.
More logo swaps on its shirts shall be made in the longer term, the Catalan membership mentioned.
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Barcelona and Spotify agreed final season to a 12-year-partnership that features the naming rights of Camp Nou Stadium and placing the title of the audio-streaming service on the jerseys of the boys’s and girls’s groups. Spanish media reported that the deal was value 400 million euros (over $540 million).
Barcelona leads Madrid on the high of the standings on purpose distinction.
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