Qatar Airways has become the Official
Jersey Sponsor of the world-renowned Argentinian football club,
the Boca Juniors.
The deal commences from the upcoming season 2018/19
and will continue through the 2022/23 season.
The new partnership
further strengthens Qatar Airways’ global partnership portfolio
and will see the airline’s logo appear on the club’s
jerseys, allowing the Qatar Airways brand to be seen by millions
of football fans around the world, while championing the airline’s
belief of sports as a means of bringing people together.
Boca Juniors President, Mr. Daniel Angelici, said,
“We are very proud and grateful that one of the most prestigious
airlines in the world has chosen Boca Juniors as part of their
regional expansion strategy in South America. We are sure this
agreement will be very fruitful for both institutions in
fulfilling their objectives and goals.”
Airways has long celebrated strong ties with the South American
continent, where it flies daily to São Paulo and to the capital of
Argentina, Buenos Aires, since 2010. Qatar Airways Group further
strengthened these ties in December 2016 through a strategic
investment by acquiring 10% of South American LATAM
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive, Mr.
Akbar Al Baker, said, “Qatar Airways is delighted
to partner with world-renowned Football Club Boca Juniors as we
enhance our sporting sponsorship portfolio with the world’s best
teams. We are excited to further expand our presence in South
America with our brand represented on the club’s jerseys, and look
forward to supporting the Boca Juniors in their forthcoming
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