2 Time I-League Champions and the 2018-19 Indian Super League winners Bengaluru FC have started their 2020/21 Hero Indian Super League season against FC Goa with a 2-2 draw after losing a 2-goal lead and would be disappointed with the result after not going back with all the 3 points but looked raring to go this year and will surely compete for the ISL title. Indian team Captain Sunil Chhetri will be looking to lead this team to another title success this year. Let us look at the club’s sponsor list for 2020.
JSW – The 2018/19 ISL Champions Bengaluru FC had signed a one-year deal with JSW paints in December 2019 which will see the company be the club’s principal sponsor and feature on the front of the team jersey this season.
Nissin – Japanese food producer Nissin had signed a three-year sponsorship deal with the Bengaluru FC as their associate sponsors in 2018 and will be associated till 2021 which will also see them feature in the endorsements related to the club.
Bengaluru Baptist Hospital – Bengaluru FC had signed a one-year partnership deal in December 2019 with the Bengaluru Baptist hospital making them their official Medical partner for the 2020/21 IPL season. As part of the partnership, all the Bengaluru FC ambulances will be from the Baptist hospital.
Inspire Institute of Sport – The JSW group has opened a state-of-the-art sports training facility in Vijayanagar, which is also a partner for the Bengaluru team. It helps the team with all the training facilities.
Puma – Bengaluru FC and German Sportwear brand Puma have decided to extend their long partnership with another long-term deal which was signed in 2020, making this partnership one of the longest in the history of the Indian sport. Both the parties joined forces at the start of the club’s 2014-15 season. Puma will be providing all the training and matchday kits for the club.
Dafa news – Bengaluru FC have signed a one-year sponsorship deal with online sports news portal Dafa news making them the club’s official partner this year.