Ligue 1 has decided to ink a sponsorship extension with the internet-based food delivery platform, Uber Eats until the finish of the 2023/24 season.
Ever since the last season began, Ligue 1 has been supported by the food delivery platform, in an agreement which was expanded by the France professional football league (LFP’s) managerial board.
The online food delivery entity was formed by Uber in 2014. Clients can go through menus, reviews and ratings and pay for food from involved restaurants by utilizing their application on the iOS or Android stages, or through an internet browser.
Before Uber eats joined this deal last year, it was sponsored by a home goods organization called Conforama. However, the Uber Eats bargain turned out to be more worthy as it gave almost double the cash Conforama was paying each year.
Uber Eats are paying €15m annually to feature in this arrangement, and in the following two sessions they will expand the figure to €16m and €17m respectively.
Ligue 1 is currently in its 13th matchday and will be resumed after a short international break. Monaco will have an intensive clash with Lille as both are currently fighting for the top positions. Paris Saint-Germain, on the other hand, is comfortably sitting on the top of the league with massive 34 points (10 more than 2nd place Lens).