Thursday, October 18, 2012

TPL-Puma footballs deal to benefit the league

Tusker Premier League (TPL) and sports firm Puma through their representatives Nairobi Sports House have signed a three and a half year sponsorship deal worth Sh10 million to supply match day and training balls to the 16 clubs  in the league.

The clubs will benefit as challenges of low quality, fake balls and lack of money to purchase balls has greatly affected their progress. Puma is also set to benefit from branding and advertising rights alongside official league sponsors.

The Kenyan Premier League recently bagged a three-year deal worth 170 million-sponsorship deal from East Breweries Limited, resulting to the change of its name to the Tusker Premier League. 
The league also enjoys another sponsorship from Supersport who broadcast the live matches.
Nairobi Sports House and FKF are also working on a deal that will see it distribute all TPL merchandise in the country.

In other Football news: Kenya is set to play more international friendlies with Cameroon, Angola, and Zambia, the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Chairman Sam Nyamweya announced on Wednesday.
Harambee Stars who lost to Bafana Bafana 2-1 on Tuesday showed a lot of improvement under the new coach Henri Michel and Nyamweya has assured he will remain at the helm.  

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