At the end of the day, the 32 clubs qualified for the 2021-2022 UEFA Champions League group stage will attend the traditional group draw.
This season again, the Champions League will offer strong media exposure to club partners and in particular their equipment manufacturers and jersey sponsors. As we explained to you a few weeks ago, THE novelty for this 21-22 season is the sponsorship authorization on the left sleeve.
Nike largely dominates the quantitative ranking with a total of 13 clubs in this Champions League. adidas takes second place with 8 clubs and Puma completes the podium with 5 clubs. Behind, we find New Balance (3), Joma (2) and Macron (1).
Chelsea FC: NikeVillarreal: JomaBayern Munich: adidasManchester City: PumaAtlético de Madrid: NikeInter Milan: NikeSporting CP: NikeLOSC Lille: New Balance
Real Madrid: adidasFC Barcelona: NikeJuventus: adidasManchester United: adidasParis Saint-Germain: NikeLiverpool: NikeSevilla FC: NikeBorussia Dortmund: Puma
FC Porto: New BalanceAjax Amsterdam: adidasShakhtar Donetsk: PumaRB Leipzig: NikeSalzburg: NikeBenfica: adidasAtalanta Bergamo: JomaZenit: Nike
Beşiktaş: adidasDynamo Kyiv: New BalanceClub Brugge: MacronYoung Boys: NikeAC Milan: PumaMalmö: PumaWolfsburg: NikeSheriff Tiraspol: adidas
As a reminder, the UEFA Champions League is entering a new marketing and TV rights cycle for 2021-2024. In France, the matches will be to follow on Canal, beIN SPORTS and RMC Sport.