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Ecuadorian Men’s National Team Sponsors

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Here are the sponsors for the Ecuadorian Men’s National Football Team ahead of the 2021 Copa América.

Name of the Football Association: Ecuadorian Football Federation (Spanish: Federación Ecuatoriana de Fútbol or FEF)

 

MAIN SPONSORS

Marathon: Marathon has been a partner of the Ecuador National team since 1994. The Ecuadorian sports equipment manufacturer headquartered in Quito, Ecuador renewed its sponsorship with the FEF in 2016 until 2023.

 

Cerveza Pilsener: The famous Ecuadorian beer produced by Cervecería Nacional has been an official sponsor of the FEF since 1992.

 

Banco Guayaquil:  In May 2013, Banco Guayaquil, a financial services company based in Guayaquil, Ecuador became an official sponsor of all Ecuadorian national teams.

 

CNT: The telecommunications company based in Quito, Ecuador became an official sponsor of the FEF in May, 2019. CNT will accompany the national team in the upcoming Copa America and 2022 Qatar World Cup.

 

SmartFit: The gym network headquartered in Quito, Ecuador is also an official sponsor of the FEF.

 

SPONSORS

Betcris: Online betting company based in San José, San José signed an agreement in March 2021 to become an official sponsor of the Ecuadorian Football Federation. Betcris will help in the development of sports in Ecuador and support the team in its journey for qualifying for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

 

Gatorade: The American sports beverage giant headquartered in Chicago, Illinois is also an official sponsor of the FEF.

 

Milo: The chocolate milk powder brand of the Swiss food and drink processing corporation Nestlé also serves as an official sponsor to the FEF.

 

Chaide: Chaide, an Ecuadorian company specialising in manufacturing bedroom products and accessories, is also an official sponsor of the Ecuadorian National team.

 

OFFICIAL CHANNEL

ECDF: The Ecuadorian Football TV channel penned an agreement in 2019 making it the Official Channel of the FEF, which granted the network broadcast space for the national team’s matches and other off-the-field content.

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