INEOS named as main partner and shirt sponsor of OGC Nice

INEOS appeared on the Gym's matchwear from the game against Cardiff on 27 July, the first of the Gym's British tour

INEOS will be displayed on the jerseys of the Gym professional team for all Ligue 1 matches.
INEOS will be displayed on the jerseys of the Gym professional team for all Ligue 1 matches.

OGC Nice and INEOS announced their partnership starting in the 2019-2020 season. The global industrial group will become the main partner of the Gym and will display its logo on the front of the professional team's jerseys.

OGC Nice and INEOS share a taste for performance and competition, and through this partnership have high ambitions for the future.

Already heavily involved in the world of sports, INEOS will be displayed on the jerseys of the Gym professional team for all Ligue 1 matches, and will also benefit from communication materials at the Allianz Riviera and on the club's media, as well as hospitality subscriptions for home matches.

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