Barça to sign Philips sponsorship deal: how much will club be paid?
Mundo Deportivo has revealed that Barcelona are set to agree a sleeve sponsorship deal with Dutch electronics giant Philips, who would replace Beko.
Barcelona are poised to boost their coffers with a new sponsorship deal, as the club attempts to persuade LaLiga’s financial-fair-play inspectors that it can afford a deal to re-sign Lionel Messi. Barça have sent the Spanish league a ‘financial viability plan’ that also seeks permission to register the new contracts given to key players such as Gavi and Ronald Araújo.
Philips to pay Barça €30m over three seasons
According to the Catalan sports daily Mundo Deportivo, Barça have reached an agreement with the Dutch electronics giant Philips, which is set to pay around €30 million to be the Spanish champions’ new sleeve sponsor until 2026. The company would also hand Barça bonuses of between €500,000 and €1 million for every major trophy the club wins.
Sponsorship deal could be extended
The deal reportedly includes the option to extend Philips’ sponsorship until 2028, in exchange for a further €26 million. Club chief Joan Laporta has opted to limit the partnership to an initial three years, as the Blaugrana are due to hold presidential elections in 2026.
Philips would replace the Turkish electronic appliance brand Beko as Barça’s sleeve sponsor.