Qatar Airways signs deal with FIFA World Cup Qatar Airways was announced today as an Official Partner and the Official Airline of FIFA as part of a sponsorship package lasting until 2022. Upcoming events sponsored by Qatar Airways will include the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017, the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, the FIFA Club World Cup, the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019™ and the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar™.
Hisense sponsors FIFA World Cup Hisense, one of China’s largest consumer electronics companies, has become an Official Sponsor of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™. The company has been number one in Chinese TV market shares for the last 13 years, and its success in China has helped to support the rapid expansion of its international business reach to over 130 countries around the world. It currently ranks third overall in all global TV shipments.
Alfa Bank partners with FIFA World Cup As a Regional Supporter for Europe, Alfa-Bank will activate sponsorship initiatives around the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ and the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 across Russia and the European continent, where it has 745 offices and branches. Alfa-Bank will also support FIFA on a number of ticketing-related projects with the aim of enhancing services to fans.
Wanda Group signs deal with FIFA World Cup The Wanda Group is the first Chinese company to sign up as a FIFA Partner. This grants them the highest level of sponsorship rights, which includes the next four FIFA World Cup™ editions. The agreement was announced today at the Home of FIFA in Zurich in the presence of FIFA President Gianni Infantino and Wanda Group’s Chairman Wang Jianlin.
Aggreko partners with FIFA World Cup Niclas Ericson, Fifa’s TV Director, explained the importance of the deal in today’s press release. He said: “To ensure that the images from the twelve stadiums are transmitted to more than 200 countries and territories worldwide, it is essential that we have reliable and consistent broadcast power provided by temporary infrastructure.”