Bengaluru FC partner with Fast&Up ahead of ISL 2021/22

November 17, 2021

Fast&Up joins as the Official Nutrition Partner for the Bangalore franchise.


Bengaluru FC have partnered with nutrition brand Fast&Up, which will see the company become The Blues’ Official Nutrition Partner for the upcoming season.

The deal will see Fast&Up cater to all the players’ nutritional requirements during the upcoming season across all competitions.


Speaking about the partnership, Bengaluru FC Chief Executive Officer, Mandar Tamhane, commented:

Fast&Up are a big presence in the nutrition and hydration segment and we are pleased to have them on board as partners through what we are aiming to be a successful season. The importance and awareness of nutrition are on the rise and Fast&Up provides high-class, innovative options for both elite athletes and others, which makes this association perfect for us as a club, and for the brand to reach out to our supporters.


Fast&Up’s CEO and Co-founder, Vijayaraghavan Venugopal, added:

We are delighted to be the official nutrition partner for Bengaluru FC. This is the first time we will be closely working with the dynamic BFC team which has some of the most reputed players in Indian football like Sunil Chhetri, Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Suresh Singh Wangjam, Udanta Singh, and Ashique Kuruniyan among others. We are looking forward to contributing to their performance this season.

At Fast&Up we strive to help elite athletes achieve their goals with world-class nutritional support. Over the years, we have successfully partnered with a number of top athletes and we will continue in our endeavour to provide premium, quality nutrition to back the team’s performance.


Fast&Up already partners more than 100 Indian athletes such as Srihari Nataraj, Sathiyan Gnanasekaran and Priya Punia.

This is the first time an ISL club have partnered up with a nutrition brand.

Aditya Chaudhuri

Hailing from the City of Joy, the things that bring me joy are cricket, a good non-tilt CS:GO session, F1 and movies.

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