The Nigeria Football Federation have signed an agreement with Nigerian Breweries PLC. to become an official co-sponsor of the Super Eagles.
The NFF announced the new deal on their official website, The NFF, it will run for a period of five years with an option for renewal after the expiration of the deal.
The official unveiling of the Breweries industry will take place on Friday, February 9.
Chief Executive of Pamodzi Sports Marketing Company, Mike Itemuagbor confirmed to thenff.com that the initial contract is for a period of five years, with an option for renewal.
“This is a very good deal for the NFF and the National Teams. Nigerian Breweries PLC is committing a huge sum to this sponsorship agreement, but the more important aspect is the activation of the contract, which the company has an unrivalled pedigree in doing and which it is committed to doing with this contract as well,” Chief Executive of Pamodzi Sports Marketing Company, Mike Itemuagbor told The NFF.
“Pamodzi is happy to be the sponsorship agency to this worthy alliance. Nigerian Football is on the upswing and Nigerian Breweries PLC remains a formidable establishment always looking to improve on the satisfaction it gives its customers while remaining committed to lofty corporate social responsibility initiatives.”
Nigerian Breweries join a growing list of sponsors like Coca-Cola, Wapic Insurance, Payporte, who have gone into deals with the NFF since the Super Eagles qualified for the 2018 World Cup.