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Qatar Airways in partnership with Club Africain of Tunisia

Posted 17 August 2020 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways has signed a multi-year sponsorship agreement with Club Africain of Tunisia.

 

Qatar Airways supports Club Africain of Tunisia.  Image:  Qatar Airways

The agreement will see the airline’s logo placed on the club’s football, handball and basketball teams’ playing jerseys from the 2020/21 season until the end of the 2023/24 season. Club Africain competes in the Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 and has established itself as one of the most popular football clubs in Tunisia.

 

Club Africain’s football team has won 13 Tunisian League titles, 13 Tunisian Cups and three Tunisian Super Cups and is famous for being the first Tunisian Club to win an international trophy, when they won the Maghreb Cup in 1971.

 

Qatar Airways senior vice president, marketing and corporate communications,

Salam Al Shawa, said: “We are excited to announce this new partnership, which will see Qatar Airways become the main shirt sponsor of Club Africain from the 2020/21season. We are continually striving to boost our global sporting sponsorship portfolio, and this partnership, the first with any African sporting team, is just one more example of our dedication to the sports sector and our belief in the power of sport to bring people together. We look forward to working and engaging with the club and its fans to help make a real difference through this exciting new partnership. Sport is a key pillar of the long-term vision of the State of Qatar, and as Qatar’s national carrier, we welcome the opportunity to use sport as a means for youth development here in Qatar and around the world.”

 

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