Paris Saint-Germain has announced a partnership with food delivery service Deliveroo, with PSG supporters able to have food delivered to their seats.

The deal will run until 2022 with supporters not having to miss any of the action while watching the Ligue 1 champions.

Brazilian superstar Neymar Jr and new signings Mauro Icardi, Idriss Gueye, and Keylor Navas were all involved in the announcement video posted on PSG's official Twitter account. 

Deliveroo founder, Will Shu said: "We are very proud to support Paris Saint-Germain. The club has gone a long way in recent years, becoming a respected and loved global brand."

"Just like food, football is all about passion. PSG is a hugely popular club and one that is idolised in France and all over the world. It is a huge family with amazing supporters."

PSG's partnership with Deliveroo follows on from Ligue 1's recent deal with Uber Eats, with the league to be officially called Ligue 1 Uber Eats from next season.

With Dominos sponsoring the French second division, there seems to be a French football obsession with food brands. 

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