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Italian sportswear firm Macron to sponsor Oxford City FC
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Jun '14
CEO of Oxford City Football Club Thomas Anthony Guerriero announced that Macron is now the exclusive sponsor covering the sportswear, kits, and apparel of all of Oxford City. This will include Oxford City FC, Oxford City Nomads, Oxford City Futsal, Oxford City Basketball, the two Oxford City FC teams that will play in the US, as well as all of their youth teams in all sports.
 
Guerriero stated, "The Oxford name is an internationally recognized brand and at Oxford City FC we are concentrated on bringing global awareness to our club and the opportunities we give to all our sponsors. We are excited about Macron’s commitment to our club as our kit and sportswear sponsors and we are looking forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship for many years to come. We are confident that we are progressively building the ideal platform at Oxford City to promote all our corporate sponsors' interests in Oxford from any country in the world."
 
Macron will have their sportswear logo prominently displayed on the Oxford City playing and training kit and around the Oxford City Stadium. This relationship marks an important extension of Oxford City Football Club in the European community, as well as internationally.
 
About Macron 
Macron is an Italian sporting apparel company based in Bologna, Italy and is a European leader in the production of active sportswear. Macron operates in three main business areas: Teamwear apparel and accessories for professional and amateur teams in football, basketball, volleyball, baseball, running merchandise; Official kits, free time apparel and accessories for the supporters of macron’s sponsored Clubs; Leisurewear inspired apparel for those who are sports and fashion focused wear Macron off the field.
 
About Oxford City FC
Oxford City is a diversified holding company, which controls four portfolios. The First Portfolio is OXFC Sports Portfolio,The Second Portfolio is OXFC Academic Portfolio ,The Third Portfolio is OXFC Media & Entertainment Portfolio,The Fourth Portfolio is OXFC Real Estate & Property Management Portfolio.
 

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