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Nottingham Forest to represent Saban’s Power Rangers across Spain and Portugal

Saban Brands has named Nottingham Forest its licensing, merchandising and promotion agent for Power Rangers in Spain and Portugal.

Under the new deal, Nottingham Forest will develop marketing and licensing plans to continue growth for the global franchise in Iberia.

Power Rangers Ninja Steel currently airs on Neox Kidz in Spain while SIC is the Portuguese broadcaster. The full Power Rangers library is also available on Netflix.

Created by Haim Saban and premiering in the US in 1993, Power Rangers is one of the longest running kids’ live-action series in TV history. The TV show airs in 150 markets around the world and is translated into numerous languages.

“Saban’s Power Rangers is a 25 year, evergreen brand that resonates with fans around the world,” said Tim Juckes, VP consumer products and retail, EMEA at Saban Brands.

“We look forward to working closely with Nottingham Forest to continue to expand the brand’s presence in Iberia.”

Laura Garcia Ortega, commercial director at Nottingham Forest, added: “Saban’s Power Rangers is the perfect match for our current catalogue. We have been big fans of the franchise since it premiered 25 years ago and we are very excited about partnering with Saban Brands to support its continued growth in Iberia.”

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