By Chris King • 03 June 2021 • 23:57
Malaga's Cervezas Victoria Becomes Sponsor Of Spanish National Football Teams.
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MALAGA’S Cervezas Victoria Beer Company Becomes Sponsor Of Spanish National Football Teams
The Spanish men’s and women’s national football teams have a new sponsor until the end of 2022, after the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) signed a deal on Wednesday 2, with the Malaga-based beer company, Cervezas Victoria, that becomes the official beer of the national Spanish football teams.
In a press conference at the Ciudad Deportiva de Las Rozas, the agreement was signed in the presence of Sergio Ragel from Cervezas Victoria, along with Atlético Madrid captain, and Spanish international, Koke, Pablo Sarabia, the Paris Saint Germain player, and Albert Luque, the former Malaga player, who was there representing the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF).
Cervezas Victoria’s Sergio Ragel pointed out during the press conference that “this agreement between Cervezas Victoria and the Spanish football teams means we will unite, for the first time, two brands that have much in common and who are passionate, like to do things well done and, of course, to win”.
Luque, speaking for the Spanish Football Federation commented, “I hope that the sponsorship will last for many years. Personally, the city of Malaga has given me a lot, and I really appreciate it, so it is a special day”.
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Originally from Wales, Chris spent years on the Costa del Sol before moving to the Algarve where he is a web reporter for The Euro Weekly News covering international and Spanish national news.
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