Lidl sponsors The Football Association Lidl signs multimillion-pound deal with FA to become England football team's official supermarket sponsor England set aside old rivalry by signing deal with German supermarket LidlDeal announced ahead of England's friendly with France on TuesdayLidl also announce multimillion-pound deals with Welsh, Scottish FAsAldi have signed up to become official sponsor of GB Olympic team in Rio
Tesco signs deal with The Football Association About the Programme The FA Skills is a unique football coaching programme that gives 5-11s of all abilities the opportunity to get active, learn new football skills and enjoy the game. We provide after-school football coaching, holiday football coaching and we also work within primary schools providing specialist football coaching. Find out more about The FA Skills and how you can get involved. After school Skills Centres are weekly football coaching courses for children who want to improve their football skills outside of school. We welcome boys and girls of all abilities to our Skills Centres, where they can learn new football skills and develop at their own pace. Find out more about our after school football coaching for children.Part of the funding to run The FA Skills programme is provided by Sport England. Sport England invest funding in projects that grow and sustain participation in grassroots sport and through The FA Skills are helping to develop the future of football in England. Find out more about Sport England and The FA Skills.
Mars partners with The Football Association The deal, as reported in yesterday's Digger, will initially involve Mars being an official supplier to England until July 2010 then becoming a "supporter" of the team. The company will help drive a new element of the FA's "Get into Football" campaign, focusing on recruiting male footballers over 18 and retaining current teams.