Visa and Qatar Airways have renewed their top-tier Fifa Partner deals, covering all of the global football federation's major men’s, women’s and youth events, SportBusiness can exclusively reveal.
Payment services brand Visa has stepped up its backing of women’s football by announcing plans to support 33 players through its Team Visa programme.
A collaborative, Nordic multi-media activation programme leveraging the 2021 Women’s Champions League final in Gothenburg by UEFA women’s football partner Visa and Viaplay Group ran from March through May…
Payment services brand Visa made the biggest-ever sponsorship commitment in women’s football last month when it acquired the top women’s football package under Fifa’s revamped sponsorship structure. S
Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay, Florida, will be the first fully cashless Super Bowl following an extended agreement with the National Football League and Visa, the league's official payment services technology…
‘One Moment’, Visa’s UK-focused campaign around the 2019 Fifa Women’s World Cup, was built around market-relevant Team Visa player ambassador stories.
Sponsors can use their investment in women's football to overturn the “vicious circle” that has been holding the game back, according to one of Visa’s most senior partnership executives. S
Digital payments company Visa has today (Thursday) stepped up its commitment to women’s football through a new five-year partnership with US Soccer, and other wider measures.
US financial services company Visa has stepped up its commitment to the Paralympic Movement by becoming a top-tier domestic sponsor of the 2020 summer Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan
Global payments firm Visa has signed a landmark seven-year women’s football deal with Uefa.
Global payments provider Visa has signed a new partnership with Africa’s football governing body.
The International Olympic Committee has extended its Worldwide Olympic Partner (TOP) deal with payment service company Visa and struck a new TOP deal with insurance brand Allianz at price points that exceed…
The International Olympic Committee has today (Tuesday) extended its partnership with US financial services company Visa, one of the founding members of its TOP Partner Programme
Payment services brand Visa has renewed its Worldwide Paralympic Partner agreement with the International Paralympic Committee for four years, from 2017 to 2020.