- MTN to continue supporting Onduparaka Football Club for another year
- MTN has sponsored the team since 2017/18 season
- MTN are proud supporters of local sport in the country for the last 22 years.
MTN Uganda has today announced the renewal of its sponsorship contract with Onduparaka Football Club. At the contract renewal ceremony, the club unveiled their 2020/2021 season jersey.
MTN has sponsored the West Nile based club since the 2017/18 season and will continue the sponsorship another year.
While announcing the sponsorship renewal in a press conference held at Hotel Africana in Kampala today, Somdev Sen, the MTN Uganda Chief Marketing Officer highlighted MTN’s ambitions to continue supporting local sports in the country.
“As the biggest supporter of local sport in Uganda, MTN has over the last 22 years, committed to the growth and development of local football in Uganda. This continued sponsorship of Onduparaka FC further demonstrates MTN’s commitment to be involved and support the passions of the people in the communities where we operate,” said Sen.
Speaking at the contract renewal ceremony, Vialli Bainomugisha, The Onduparaka FC Head Coach thanked MTN for its continued support over the last years, noting that the team continues in its journey of growth, in large part, due to the support from the telecom company.
“We are happy and grateful for the support that MTN has extended towards Onduparaka FC as our official sponsor. We are thrilled that our sponsors still believe in us,” Bainomugisha said.
Onduparaka FC is the most popular Football Club in West Nile. The club’s rise to the top-flight of Uganda’s super league is a source of pride for the region and has inspired young boys in the area to take up the sport.
MTN together with Onduparaka will execute several activities throughout the season to keep fans engaged in the performance of the club.
MTN Uganda is the official broadcast partner of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League (SUPL) on Sanyuka TV, supporting the reach of Ugandan Football in more homes and audiences across the country.