Mehtab Singh – Brand Endorsements | Sponsors | Notable Honours Collaborations

Mehtab Singh: Bio | Brand endorsements

May 1, 2023

This article contains information regarding Indian professional footballer Mehtab Singh’s brand endorsement deals.

  • Date of Birth: 5 May 1998
  • Place of Birth: Khemkaran, Punjab  
  • Nationality: Indian
  • Current club: Mumbai City FC | League: Indian Super League
  • First senior club appearance for: East Bengal (2016)
  • First professional appearance (internationally): Against Myanmar in the Tri-Nation Series on 14 March 2023 (Result: Myanmar 0-1 India)   

Also read: Sandesh Jhingan – Endorsements | Sponsors | Notable Honours



The Indian sports nutrition brand roped in Singh as a brand ambassador on a multi-year deal in October 2022. 


Mivi is an Indian electronic audio products manufacturing company.

In July 2022, the Hyderabad-based electronics company signed a partnership agreement with Singh, on-boarding him as a brand ambassador. Singh has since featured in several promotional content for Mivi. 



GNC is an American retail company that specialises in health and nutrition related products. It roped in Singh as a brand ambassador in October 2021. 

RD Mobile Accessories 

RD Mobile Accessories is an Indian electronics retail company.

The Kanpur-based company roped in Singh as a brand ambassador in April 2021. 


PRO2FIT is a wellness brand that offers vegan health and wellness supplements.

The Mumbai-based dedicated plant-based supplement company signed a partnership agreement with Singh in February 2021.


Fast&Up is India’s first effervescent nutrition brand.

The Mumbai-based company announced its association with Singh in July 2020 via social media.

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MotoGP: Yamaha Racing brings back Valentino Rossi as its new brand ambassador Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd has announced the signing of a multi-year partnership deal with nine-time MotoGP world champion Valentino Rossi, with the latter returning to the Japanese manufacturer as a brand ambassador. The Italian legend changed the fortunes of a struggling factory Yamaha team and registered four premier-class world championships during his two stints with the Japanese team. The Italian won all four of his championships during his first stint with Yamaha from 2004 to 2009. He came close on multiple occasions during his second stint from 2013 to the end of 2021 but that tenth world title always eluded him. During his time with the factory Yamaha team, Rossi claimed 56 wins and a staggering 142 podium finishes – becoming the marque's most successful rider in Grand Prix history. Since his retirement in 2021, Rossi has been plying his trades on a car racing campaign in the GT World Challenge Europe with WRT and also owns the VR46 Racing Team that competes in the MotoGP premier class. Although Rossi’s VR46 linked up with Ducati Racing for its debut season last year, however, with ongoing talks of a switch to Yamaha from 2024 onwards, this recent development between Rossi and Yamaha could be the first step towards a potential tie-up between VR46 and Yamaha in the near future. Interestingly, Yamaha and VR46 already have a partnership in place for the current season in the form of the Yamaha VR46 Master Camp Team in Moto2. Addressing the media on the announcement of Rossi's and company's new collaboration, Yamaha boss Lin Jarvis, said: “Of course, this is a great moment for Yamaha and it‘s also an emotional development for the fans, who I‘m sure miss Valentino‘s presence in MotoGP since he retired from his successful career.” He further said: “Valentino and his M1 shared a special bond. His arrival at Yamaha was the catalyst that completely changed our MotoGP racing programme to the point that Valentino and Yamaha almost became synonymous. “Together we achieved many wins, podiums, and four championships, and then there are also the moments behind the scenes: the hard work but also the fun parts and the shared passion for racing. “We always considered Valentino as ’family‘, and as soon as he expressed his desire to keep using Yamaha bikes and to become a Brand Ambassador, we went to work to make it happen. We are thrilled that Valentino is now officially our ambassador.”
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