Barcelona have agreed a £125million deal with the Qatar Foundation for the sponsorship rights on their jerseys.
The Qatar Foundation, a non-profit organisation, will share the shirt space with UNICEF.
Children’s charity UNICEF became the first company in Barca’s 111-year history to have their logo on the club’s kit in 2006.
The club said they would look to combine the two logos but the Qatar Foundation would be the prevalent one if a solution could not be found.
Barcelona financial vice president Javier Faus said: “With this deal, Barcelona places itself as the indisputable brand leader in world football ahead of our international competitors.”
Barca insisted their new deal did not mean the end of their association with UNICEF.
Faus added: “Marketing experts are working to unify the UNICEF and Qatar Foundation logo.”
The Qatar Foundation was set up in 1995 to help boost education, science and development in the state. The country recently won the right to stage the 2022 World Cup at the FIFA vote in Zurich.
Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola was a public ambassador to Qatar’s bid, while president Sandro Rosell was one of the leading forces behind the development of a Qatari football academy that aims to emulate Barcelona’s revered La Masia school.