Parma, 10 September 2021 Parma Calcio are proud present their latest partnership agreed for the 2021/22. Colser are back as the first team’s Shorts Partner after having appeared on the kits from three seasons: 2015/16 to 2017/18.

Last season too, Colser – one of Italy’s biggest multiservice provides to both public and private companies in the country – were part of the Parma family as one of the Club’s Top Partners. This is therefore the continuation of a long-standing partnership and has yielded a vast array of new services at both the Stadio Ennio Tardini and our Sports Centre at Collecchio. These services provided by Colser have been much appreciated for their innovation, efficiency, social awareness and environmental friendliness, meaning that this solid relationship with Parma Calcio is one based also on the sharing of common values.

 “We’re proud to announce that Parma Calcio and Colser will be back working together and not just through the services that the Parma-based company provides the Club each day, but also on the shorts that our players will be wearing this season,” said Jaap Kalma, Managing Director Corporate of Parma Calcio 1913. “It’s an agreement that is testament to the link between this Club and the local area, something of which we are particularly proud. We share common goals and values with Colser and we are proud to celebrate this link.”

 “Colser has always shared a vision and values with Parma Calcio 1913, that can be traced back to the talent for teamwork on any given occasion, with complicity and determination” declared Cristina Bazzini, President of the Colser Group. “It’s a historic partnership that makes us teammates on the pitch too, thanks to our soft facility services offered in recent years, which allow us to create new job opportunities. We felt we could show, therefore, also on this occasion, the point of view of those who try to support their local area and the entrepreneurial and social networks that distinguish it. This partnership touches on many of the issues, which are closest to our hearts; the sense of cooperation, synergy with the local area and, last but not least, our internal welfare, which allows our members and employees to make use of tickets to go to the stadium with their families as they try to get back to some sense of hard-won normality.”