FC Goa welcomes backs Oaksmith Gold as Associate Sponsor

FC Goa welcomes backs Oaksmith Gold as Associate Sponsor

Mumbai: FC Goa is delighted to announce that Oaksmith Gold will be back as the Club’s Associate Sponsor after the two brands agreed on a new three-year deal. The new deal will see Oaksmith Gold be associated with the Club till the summer of 2024.

As part of the new partnership, the Oaksmith Gold logo will appear on all FC Goa matchday shirts at the ‘right chest’ position. Additionally, Oaksmith Gold will be partners in producing some of the most engaging digital content pieces on the FC Goa social media channels.

The sponsorship grants Oaksmith Gold rights to use the FC Goa marks and player images in advertising in key markets throughout India.

Speaking on the new long-term association between the two brands, FC Goa President Akshay Tandon said, “We are extremely happy to extend our partnership with Oaksmith Gold for a second season. Our first season together was a fruitful one, with both the brands forming a strong connection. This extension is a real testament to exactly that.

We look forward to continuing to strengthen our relationship together. There is a very bright future ahead for FC Goa and Oaksmith Gold together as we continue to grow in our respective fields.”

Ruchika Gupta, Head of Marketing, Beam Suntory India further commented on the partnership, stating, “Oaksmith Gold partners FC Goa for yet another season, as both share a common ground of what is revered internationally yet curated for the Indian audience. While Oaksmith is an emerging premium international brand, garnering international accolades, standing out with its Finest Japanese Craftsmanship, FC Goa brings forth the unmatched experience of an internationally venerated sport engaging a niche, discerning audience set in India.

As consumers’ interests diversify beyond cricket, football has been garnering viewership from ahead of the curve early adopters in India and with this partnership, we hope to give the nudge soccer interest needs in the country.”