Barcelona partner with ZENB while Manchester United seek new shirt sponsor

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The power of good backing and strong sponsorship is seen in all sports, Manchester City have had massive success due to their rich backers from the Middle East. In Ireland if you look at last year’s All-Ireland winners both Limerick and Kerry have JP McManus & Kerry Group respectfully.

The power of strong partners is vital for any team to have success.

In Spain, Barcelona have just partnered up with ZENB, a gluten-free food brand trying to prove that plant-based food can be tasty and beneficial for athletes. The brand will become the Official Gluten-Free Food Partner of the club in the UK.

“We are thrilled to welcome ZENB as the Official Gluten-Free Partner of FC Barcelona in the UK,” said Barcelona’s Marketing Area Vice President Juli Guiu. “Their products are a shining example of how gluten free, plant-based food can be tasty and play an important part in our daily lives, we hope that through our partnership we can unlock the maximum potential of plant-based nutrition.”

ZENB strive to use as much of the whole vegetable as possible whilst their Yellow Pea pasta offers 17g of protein and 11g of fibre per serving.

Speaking about the partnership, ZENB’s UK Country Lead, Simon Goodwin, said: “We’ve partnered with FC Barcelona a legendary football team to bring our plant-powered, gluten-free mission to promote a balanced lifestyle to the global stage.”

To celebrate the partnership, ZENB are giving away a collection of prizes as part of a competition, which you can access here.

ZENB are giving fans the chance to win a VIP Day of Football which involves an away trip to Barcelona, complete with airfare, hotel, and tickets to a Barcelona match.

It’s going to make for a cracking 2023 in the sporting calendar again this year with a Rugby World Cup, the Premier League looking to have a proper race between Manchester City and Arsenal and the GAA inter county season starting again. We can’t wait to watch it all unfold and hopefully go to a game or two..

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