This article contains information regarding the organisations enjoying a strong branding presence across the Cameroon men’s and/or women’s national football teams’ physical and digital assets as sponsors and partners of the Cameroonian Football Federation.
Name of the football association: Cameroonian Football Federation (French: Fédération Camerounaise de Football) (FECAFOOT)
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The ecommerce company is listed as an official sponsor of FECAFOOT on its official website. The two parties joined hands in 2015 and initially drew up an agreement that lasted until 2019. This agreement was then further extended till 2021. In 2022, the two parties decided to extend the agreement until 2023.
The mineral water retail company is also listed as an official sponsor of FECAFOOT on its website. As part of the agreement, Tangui participates in promotional activities for the Cameroon national team. The company posted as recently as February 2 of this year, showing its support for the national side on its Facebook account.
The beer manufacturer is also listed as an official sponsor of FECAFOOT on its website. The two parties have been tied up at least since 2017, and 33 continues to show its support through constant posting on its official Facebook account.
One All Sports is the official kit sponsor of FECAFOOT. The deal between the two parties was struck earlier this year, as per which One All Sports is to produce the kits of the national side for the World Cup. One All Sports replaced Le Coq Sportif in 2019 as the technical sponsor after a dispute arose between the latter and FECAFOOT.
Cold drink manufacturer Top is also listed as one of the official sponsors of FECAFOOT on its website. The company often posts on its social media, showing its support for the Cameroon national side.
XXL Energy, an energy drink manufacturer, is also an official FECAFOOT partner. The two parties have collaborated to help organise events and improve their social media presence.