ANFA inks deal with Qatar Airways
Kathmandu, 17 November (2021) - All Nepal Football Association and Qatar Airways have announced partnership for the Qatar Airways Martyr's Memorial 'A' Division 2021/22. The partnership was announced at ANFA Complex on Wednesday.
ANFA President Karma Tsering Sherpa and Qatar Airways Nepal Country Manager Mohamed El Emam exchanged the partnership agreement at ANFA Complex on Wednesday.
The Qatar Airways 'A' Division Martyr's Memorial League is the biggest annual football event in Nepal starting from 19 November 2021 to 26 February 2022.
The partnership will see the Qatar Airways logo feature on all 14 League club shirts, as well as providing brand awareness through perimeter boards, stadium flags, LED screens and online digital content as well as other activity.
ANFA President Sherpa said the continuity of Qatar Airways sponsoring the league was built upon the existing collaboration with Qatar Airways. He said he was keenly anticipating the league which would begin from November 19.
Qatar Airways Nepal Country Manager Mohamed El Emam said Qatar Airways was here to connect people with all ages and backgrounds through football. He added football can be used as a tool to foster harmony and provide greater social support for the community while also providing a platform for players to develop and continue to push the standard of football in the country.
Qatar Airways will provide ANFA a total of 150, 000 USD for the league as per the agreement.
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