Nigeria Football Federation unveil Coca-Cola partnership agreement on Wednesday morning in a ceremony at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Coca-Cola has become the official soft drink and sponsor of the Super Eagles and other national football teams with a deal worth $4 million and it will run for five years.
President of NFF Amaju Pinnick expressing his joy and absolute happiness as the partnership between NFF and Coca-Cola marks the beginning of great developments to the Nigerian football.
Head Of Strategic Marketing of Coca-Cola Cletus Onyebuoha expressing staunch commitment to bracing Football from the grassroots in Nigeria, as youth development is important to the brand
Super Eagles manager Gernot Rohr was present at the unveiling the ceremony including NFF Vice President and Chairman, League Management Company (LMC) Mallam Shehu Dikko and top officials of Coca-Cola.
Also present at the ceremony were Super Falcons stars Asisat Oshoala, who was recently crowned 2017 Africa Women’s Footballer of the Year, and Onome Ebi.
Soft drink giants Coca-Cola are making a comeback into Nigerian national team sponsorship after a 10-year break.