Umbro South Africa (www.Umbro.co.za) is pleased to announce the new long term association as official technical sponsor of the Uganda Football Association (UFA).Vova) For the next four years.
The consortium will provide high performance uniforms, training and off-court clothing, as well as equipment for the men’s and women’s national teams. Cicava The cup holders have a double diamond with seven other African countries, bringing the brand’s sponsorship portfolio to thirty-four clubs and eight national teams across the continent.
âWe are delighted to partner with Ugandan football associations and their affiliates,â said Umbro South Africa. Executive directorDavid Ricketts. âUmbro is passionate about support at all levels. We hope that in addition to sponsoring this federation kit, the team will become a meaningful relationship for our brand and the African football community in general.
Speaking of partnerships, Vova “Our vision is to be the number one footballing nation in Africa, on and off the pitch,” said Evangelical President Moses Makoko. Vova We are always looking to forge new partnerships with strong brands. That’s why choosing Ambro is easy. “
âUmbro has a great heritage in sports, especially football. For many years, this is a testament to their commitment and commitment to producing quality products all over the world. Fit, and we can’t wait to launch these tools in the New Year.
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Wherever football is found, Ambro (www.Umbro.co.za) has been around since 1924. We provide clothing, footwear and equipment to all sports players and enthusiasts, as well as those who are inspired by the vibrant culture that surrounds football. We have partnered with great designers to create a unique and celebrated collaboration DNA Nuestra marca, which includes Christopher Rayburn, Henry Holland, Sweet SKTPS, Patta, Wetments and Off White.
We sponsor more than 120 clubs around the world, including teams from West Ham United and Burnley (English Premier League); Schalke 04 and Werder Bremen (Bundesliga) 1. FC N rnberg (Bundesliga 2); Reims (Ligue 1); RCT Mallorca (Liga 2); Newell’s Old Boys (Argentine Primrose Division); Santos, Crimea, Club AtlÃ©tico Paranaense and Fluminense (Brazilian League); Independent Santa Fe (Colombia first); National (Uruguayan first division); Heridiano (Costa Rica League FPD); Tokyo and Kamba Osaka (Japan J1) Seongnam FC (South Korea); Al-Ahly (Egyptian Premier League); Al Wasl (United Arab Emirates Football League) and Al Sailiya (Qatar League of Stars); Township Rollers (Botswana Premier League); Agra Hearts of Oak (Ghana Premier League); Amazulu, SuperSport United, Swallows (South African Premier League); Nkana FC, Zanaco FC and Zesco United FC (UEFA Champions League).