I-League 2nd Division: Spanish club Sevilla FC finalise partnership with FC Bengaluru United

The objective of this agreement is to reinforce Sevilla FCs presence in the Indian market, keeping in line with the club’s global strategy as well as strengthen their presence in one of the fastest-growing markets in the world.

FP Sports January 18, 2021 20:47:17 IST
I-League 2nd Division: Spanish club Sevilla FC finalise partnership with FC Bengaluru United

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Sevilla FC has finalized a partnership agreement with FC Bengaluru United and Nimida Sports business group — led by Gaurav Manchanda — as part of the Spanish football club’s expansion plans to grow their brand internationally.

The objective of this agreement is to reinforce Sevilla FCs presence in the Indian market, keeping in line with the club’s global strategy as well as strengthen their presence in one of the fastest-growing markets in the world.

Sevilla FC brings to this partnership their football know-how, backed by more than 130 years of successful performances in the Spanish leagues. With the help and guidance of Bengaluru, Sevilla FC aims to participate in technological Innovation, Development & Implementation projects addressing the sport industry and, simultaneously increase its footprint in one of the world’s largest, young and growing markets.

FC Bengaluru United is a young, high performing team with a bright future, having already earned several plaudits in the Indian footballing circuit. The city and community of Bengaluru is at the heart of the club and it is with this foundational focus that the club intends to grow.

In accordance with the spirit, Sevilla FC will make available to FC Bengaluru United all its expertise and knowledge to help them achieve fast and robust development in Indian football. Gaurav Manchanda, Founder & Director of Nimida Sports added "We are delighted and proud to partner with Sevilla FC, a club with great tradition, history and performance. We are excited to build local football talent with Sevilla FC´s support and grow our club both in India and internationally”.

Sevilla FC´s chairman, Jose Castro, was delighted with the deal sealed with FC Bengaluru United: “This partnership helps us place Sevilla FC within the Indian market, one that we had marked as a strategic goal within our international expansion plan. We partner up with a young club who have a really strong base for growth and an exciting future in an emerging footballing nation. We are delighted with the new partnership”.

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