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Around Peru’s World Cup 2018 away play-off match against New Zealand, national-team sponsor Cristal ‘hacked’ the opposition team’s shirt so the stadium in Wellington appeared full of away support.
Spain’s national football federation has inked three renewals and one new partnership in this year’s first quarter, raising at least €5.5m ($6.2m) in sponsorship revenue. T
German car brand Volkswagen will pay just under $7m (€6.1m/£5.2m) per year to partner with US Soccer, America’s national football federation.
Visa decided to sponsor women’s football in Europe and the men’s African Cup of Nations because it was pursuing “targeted opportunities” among women and mobile payment adopters respectively. In
Sports marketing agency Pitch International has brokered three partnership deals for the Brasil Global Tour – the series of international friendlies played by Brazil’s national football team in the run …
Oil and gas company Gazprom Neft has signed as the Official Fuel Partner of the Russian men's football team and the Russian Football Union (RFU)
Brazilian soft drinks brand Guarana Antarctica has renewed its partnership with the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) for eight more years
World Cup 2022 hosts Qatar has introduced a 100-per-cent alcohol tax – presenting a new sales challenge for Fifa’s official beer sponsor Budweiser at the tournament.
The Argentine Football Association added over $1m (€0.9m) in new sponsorship revenue ahead of the 2018 World Cup, striking its first regional partnerships with a quartet of Chinese brands.
Premium beer brand Budweiser has overcome fierce competition in the Football Association’s beer category to become the sole beer partner, taking all three key assets in the portfolio.
he Fédération Française de Football will earn more than €100m ($116m) per season in sponsorship from the 2018-19 season, after a round of renewals and an adjustment of the sponsorship hierarchy to give…
Fifa sold eight of its 20 third-tier Regional Supporter slots for the 2018 World Cup, priced at between $8m (€6.8
AB InBev’s activation spend on its official beer sponsorship of the upcoming Fifa World Cup in Russia will be the beer group’s biggest yet – commensurate with the importance of the event as a showcase of the Budweiser brand.