This article contains information regarding the organisations enjoying a strong branding presence across the Costa Rica men’s and/or women’s national football teams’ physical and digital assets as sponsors and partners of the Costa Rican Football Federation.
Name of the football association: Costa Rican Football Federation (Spanish: Federación Costarricense de Fútbol) (FEDEFUT)
Also read: FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Sponsors
The German sportswear and sports equipment giant replaced New Balance as FEDEFUT’s official kit sponsor in a four-year deal that officially kicked off on January 1, 2023.
The deal not only covers FEDEFUT-affiliated national football teams (both men’s and women’s teams across the senior and youth categories) but also its beach football and indoor football teams.
In November 2022, FEDEFUT announced that Regen, a packaged drinking water firm in Costa Rica, would sponsor the Costa Rica men’s national football team’s travel to Qatar for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
FEDEFUT announced in September 2022 that Kölbi, a mobile provider with operations in Costa Rica, would become an official sponsor of the Costa Rica men’s and women’s national football teams.
In July 2022, FEDEFUT introduced Pepsi and its beverage brands as its official sponsors via social media.
As per the deal, Pepsi served as the Costa Rica men’s national football team’s official non-alcoholic beverage during the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Through the Pepsi agreement, energy drink Gatorade in July 2022 was declared as the official sports beverage of the Costa Rica men’s national football team for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Costa Rica-based artificial intelligence solutions company Kizuna Tech was an official partner of FEDEFUT for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
As an official sponsor for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, PedidosYa, a technological business in delivery and quick-commerce in Latin America, partnered with FEDEFUT in May 2022.
PedidosYa is the first platform of its kind to sponsor FEDEFUT thanks to the aforementioned four-year arrangement. The deal covers all FEDEFUT-affiliated men’s and women’s national teams in addition to the app users and merchants, with PedidosYa providing promotions and discounts during the national teams’ matches.
In August 2021, Trumix, a Costa Rican pest control business that started in 2010, renewed its sponsorship agreement with FEDEFUT. The two first partnered in 2016.
As per the current deal, the men’s and women’s national football teams of Costa Rica have Trumix as an official sponsor until 2025.
In October 2020, FEDEFUT announced a four-year deal with Canadian bank Scotiabank, the latter becoming an official sponsor of the Costa Rica men’s and women’s national football teams.
Plycem is a Paraíso, Cartago-based Costa Rican construction services provider. It has not only constructed FEDEFUT’s official sporting complex, it also has its name on it: the FEDEFUTBOL-Plycem Sports Complex is located in Provincia de Alajuela, San Rafael.
MediaSmart • SAAT
MediSmart and SAAT became official sponsors of the Costa Rica men’s national football team in July 2021 through a four-year partnership.
MediSmart offers prepaid medicine plans, while SAAT provides ambulance services in Costa Rica.
Transportes Marvi, a private transport company in Costa Rica, became an official sponsor of FEDEFUT in March 2019.
Jaam Digital partnered with FEDEFUT in March 2019 in a four-year deal to become an official sponsor of the Costa Rica men’s and women’s national football teams.
FEDEFUT welcomed Costa Rican fruit supplier Interfrutd as an official sponsor in November 2019. The deal entails Interfrutd supplying fruit to all FEDEFUT-affiliated national teams. The partnership is currently set to run until the end of 2023.
Intercontinental Hotels & Resorts (IHG)
The Denham, Buckinghamshire-based British hospitality company also serves as an official FEDEFUT partner.
Hospital Metropolitano is a Costa Rican multi-speciality hospital located in San José.
The Costa Rican insurance company also serves as an official FEDEFUT partner.
Conrelax Plus (Gutis)
Conrelax Plus is a muscle relaxant offered by San José-based pharmaceutical company Gutis.
Euromobilia is a Costa Rican interior designing firm based out of San José.
Ferretería EPA is a Venezuelan online retailer of construction tools and decor products that is based out of Valencia, Carabobo, and operates across Venezuela, Costa Rica, Guatemala and El Salvador. Its Costa Rican division serves as an official FEDEFUT partner.
Dos Pinos is a Costa Rican dairy, beverages and confectionery brand based out of Alajuela.