Chennaiyin FC partners with Polyhose

Chennaiyin FC partner with Polyhose

October 7, 2023

Chennaiyin FC have roped in Polyhose, a diversified industrial conglomerate, as their official presenting sponsor for the 2023/24 season.

The strategic partnership will allow Polyhose to leverage the widespread popularity of Chennaiyin FC to build a positive brand recall and affinity among the club’s fans.

As part of the partnership, Polyhose’s logo will be featured on the back of the Chennaiyin FC jersey, while the H Stand inside the team’s home turf at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium will be renamed as the Polyhose Stand.

The kids of Polyhose employees will also have the unique opportunity to walk out with Chennaiyin players as mascots during three home matches this season.

Ekansh Gupta, Vice-President of Chennaiyin FC, commented:

We are delighted to welcome Polyhose as Chennaiyin FC’s presenting sponsor. Their commitment to contributing to the growth of the sport is exemplary, and we look forward to achieving great success together both on and off the field. This partnership is a testament to the strength of football in Tamil Nadu and the growth potential it holds.

Shabbir YJ, Managing Director at Polyhose, added:

We are pleased to announce the sponsorship of Chennaiyin FC, to support the football team and create electrifying moments for the Chennai Fans. We’re big football fans who are proud of the growth of our local team, so sponsoring the club this season was a great choice. Through this collaboration, the two organisations share common goals of commitment to excellence and innovation while offering a wide range of unique and special experiences in this season. Wishing good luck to the entire team.

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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