Top Football Sponsors in the World

Football, a game of immense popularity, is firmly established in association with several major brands. These brands yearn for exposure and to them, getting associated with any football team, player or organization holds much importance in running their business. Whether you like the idea of football sponsorship or not, it is intrinsic to modern football.

As attaining sponsorship earns them money which is a way for them getting better to their opponents. So who claim to be the biggest sponsors of soccer? Which brand gives the most sponsorship? Yes..here, in this article, we bring to you a list of the Top Football Sponsors in the World highlighting their brief description regarding their involvement in this spunky sport. Take a tour, and enjoy!

Top Football Sponsors in the World

Coca Cola

Top Football Sponsors in the World

Since 1950, Coca Cola has had stadium sponsorship and it has remained an official World Cup partner since 1978. The Coca Cola Company is the “longest-standing” corporate partners of FIFA and has gained much popularity worldwide. Being the world’s largest beverage company, Coca Cola has a long-term dealing with UEFA and will be sponsoring Euro 2016.

Nike

Top Football Sponsors in the World

Nike is a big name that has sponsored football kits for the world’s biggest clubs like Manchester United, Barcelona and, also, for the famous teams like Brazil. It also manufactures boots which are signed by the world’s famous footballers like Cristiano Ronaldo. This brand has sponsored to heights that has made it an official World Cup sponsor.

Barclays

Top Football Sponsors in the World

Barclays Banks has sponsored Premier League since 2001. It has supported sport in South Africa under the sponsor title of the Absa Premiership domestic football competition. Because Barclays sponsorship deal is global, the brand benefit from the Premier League’s worldwide. Barclays also sponsors main football bodies in the UK, including the Football Writers’ Association, the League Managers Association and the Professional Footballers Association.

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