Mumbai City FC Announce Stake News As A Principal Partner
Mumbai City FC have today announced an association with online sports news portal Stake News as the Club's new Principal Partner on a multi-year partnership.
As a part of this association, Stake News will appear on the front of the Mumbai City First Team match and training kits through the 2022-23 season and beyond.
Along with featuring on matchdays and at the Islanders' training facility, Stake News will be integrated in the club's digital communication. Fans will have an opportunity to follow regular updates around the Islanders on Stake News’ official website (www.stakenews.in).
Stake’s flagship sports and entertainment associations include a partnership with Canadian superstar Drake, Everton in the English Premier League, Watford in the Championship and the UFC. The brand also boasts an exciting roster of brand ambassadors including Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero and UFC stars Israel Adesanya, Jose Aldo and Alexa Grasso.
Kandarp Chandra, CEO, Mumbai City FC said:
"We are delighted to partner with Stake News and welcome them to the Mumbai City family. Through the recent years, our focus has remained on bringing the fans closer to the club, both physically and digitally. Stake News’ support will help us accentuate our intent of engaging with our fans not just online, but on ground as well in what will be the first time we see fans return to the stadiums after two years. On behalf of Mumbai City, I would like to express my gratitude to Stake News and we look forward to building a successful relationship with our new Principal Partner.”
Akhil Sarin, Director of Acquisition, Stake News said:
"Stake News is delighted that Mumbai City FC has signed us on as their Principal Partner for the upcoming season. We fully bought into the club's plans for expansion and can't wait to see our branding on the shirt. This partnership will give us an opportunity to build a community of sports enthusiasts in India by bringing resourceful news and driving key awareness within the global sports market."