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Chhetri scores new deal with Skechers

Sunil Chhetri scores deal with Skechers

June 2, 2024

Indian professional footballer Sunil Chhetri has signed a partnership agreement with American multinational footwear and apparel company Skechers, joining as a brand ambassador.

As per the agreement, the soon-to-be former India international will promote Skechers football boots and star in various marketing campaigns for the brand.

Also read: Sunil Chhetri’s brand endorsements

Sunil Chhetri commented:

I am delighted to join forces with Skechers, a brand that is always innovating to achieve excellence. As someone who understands the importance of building and promoting sports in this country, I am excited to collaborate with a brand that empowers individuals to unlock their full potential, both on and off the field. I love the Skechers Football boots, and I look forward to helping players and fans across the country discover how amazing this brand will be for our sport.

Rahul Vira, CEO, Skechers Asia, said:

We are thrilled that Sunil Chhetri is joining Team Skechers in India. Chhetri’s best-in-class commitment perfectly aligns with our brand values, making him the ideal ambassador to represent our dedication to building sports and performance in the country. Off the field, his influence resonates with those who strive for greatness in all aspects of their lives. On the pitch, he represents what is great about Indian football, and will be a great asset to the brand when we launch Skechers Football in India later this year. Currently, Chhetri is wearing innovative Skechers Football boots on field, featuring our signature comfort and performance technologies.

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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