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Emirates help unveil Olympique Lyonnais 20/21 home jerseys

Posted 17 July 2020 · Add Comment

Emirates and Olympique Lyonnais have revealed the club's new jerseys for the 20/21 season during a friendly match against the Glasgow Rangers F.C.

Emirates and Olympique Lyonnais unveil club's new jerseys: Image: Emirates

Much awaited by Lyon fans, the 20/21 Home jersey is the first to carry Emirates' branding, marking the start of a five-year partnership where the airline will be the Official Main Sponsors of the Olympique Lyonnais. The away jersey will be worn by the players this Saturday, 18 July during the friendly match against Celtic F.C.

 

Emirates' iconic 'Fly Better' branding appears across the front of the OL team's training kits and playing jerseys and will be worn during all the club's matches, including the French Championship and UEFA Competitions until June 2025. Emirates' 'Fly Better' promise connects to Olympique Lyonnais' values of striving to achieve the highest levels of success.

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