EuroParcs Group, the parent company of Droomparken, has committed itself as main sponsor to Feyenoord until the 2021/2022 season. The Rotterdam club is pleased that the agreement has been extended by one year, despite the corona crisis.
In addition, there is an option to extend the collaboration until the summer of 2023. Droomparken was featured on Feyenoord’s shirts in 2019, the company succeeded Qurrent as main sponsor.
Droomparken was taken over by EuroParcs Group this summer. That company will already be on the shirts in the Europa League and will also function as shirt sponsor in the Eredivisie next season.
“We are very pleased that, in these financially difficult times, we have found such a loyal partner in the EuroParcs Group”, says Joris van Dijk, commercial director of Feyenoord, on Tuesday on the website of EuroParcs.
“The reason for the extension of the contract is the great results we achieved in the first year of partnership for Droomparken. Consider, for example, the very successful campaigns with Jan Boskamp in the lead role.”
On Thursday at the away game against Dinamo Zagreb in the Europa League, EuroParcs will be seen as a shirt sponsor for the first time.