Unicaja Banco Oviedo Baloncesto has presented the season 2021-2022 at the headquarters of its main sponsor, and it has revealed the design of the kits to be used in this campaign, which starts on Friday with a game against HLA Alicante.
The presentation, held at Unicaja Banco’s main branch in Oviedo, has been attended by the team’s players and technical staff and also by Fernando Villabella Patallo -President of Oviedo Baloncesto-, Héctor Galán Rodríguez –General Manager- and by José Marcos Fernández –Unicaja Banco’s Regional Manager in Central Asturias- and Ana Fonseca –Manager of Unicaja Banco’s main branch in Oviedo-.
Fernando Villabella has thanked Unicaja Banco and ‘especially and personally the managers we have been working with over the last five seasons’ for ‘defending the interest for the bank to remain collaborating with Oviedo Club Baloncesto’. ‘We are pleased that our work toward sports has been so positively valued by the new institution and we hope that we can continue with them for a long time and to convince them that we need to grow with their support’, he has declared.
José Marcos Fernández has remarked the support of Unicaja Banco to sports in Asturias, wishing the club to ‘achieve the greatest success and to bring again enthusiasm for quality basketball in Oviedo’.
Unicaja Banco, once the merger with Liberbank has been completed, has become the main sponsor of Oviedo Club de Baloncesto for the season 2021-2022.
Liberbank became the main sponsor in the season 2018-2019, giving name both to the first team and to all the youth teams, and has shown its total commitment in all the seasons where it has accompanied Oviedo Club Baloncesto in its path through the LEB Oro league.
Unicaja Banco commitment to sports
A commitment to Asturias sports that Unicaja Banco will maintain, within its commitment to the home regions and its support to professional, women’s and youth sports and sport practice, under the framework of its Corporate Social Responsibility.
Unicaja Banco Oviedo Baloncesto plays in the second division of basketball league in Spain (LEB Oro) and it also has a women’s team playing in 1ª Nacional Femenina and 23 youth teams with over 200 children. Additionally, OCB has nine school teams, directed by coaches that belong to the club.