Frankfurt's vice-chairman says timing of new Deutsche Bank partnership is "incredibly strong" considering coronavirus

2 April 2020

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Photo: PA Images The club have agreed a seven-year partnership with the German bank for their stadium naming rights, among other things.

The club have agreed a seven-year partnership with the German bank for their stadium naming rights, among other things.

Vice chairman at Frankfurt, Axel Hellmann, said the deal allows for future decisions to be made despite the current circumstances.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

The timing of Eintracht Frankfurt's new partnership with Deutsche Bank is "incredibly strong", according to the club's vice chairman, Axel Hellmann, considering the uncertainty brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

Eintracht Frankfurt and Deutsche Bank are investing in the digital future

Frankfurt earlier this week committed to a seven-year partnership with the bank for the naming rights of the club's stadium, training ground and new digital centre. 

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