This article contains information regarding the organisations enjoying a strong branding presence across the Mexico National football team’s physical and digital assets as sponsors and partners of the Mexico Football Federation.
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Adidas, a global sports equipment manufacturer, first inked a deal with Mexico’s National football teams in October 2006. This long-term partnership started January 10, 2007, binding them until 2014.
In July 2014, Adidas went ‘all or nothing’ with Mexico’s Football team and extended the deal through 2022. The partnership includes Adidas being the main sponsor of Mexico Men’s football team, Mexico Women’s football team and the U-17 team.
Adidas unveiled the Mexico Men’s National Football team’s playing shirts for the FIFA World Cup 2022, Qatar on September 1, 2022.
Mexico National Football teams announced a multi-year partnership agreement with soft-drink manufacturing giant, Coca-Cola in April 2015. With this agreement, Coca-Cola partnered with Mexican National Team’s U.S. Tour and will also act as the official beverage partner of the team in FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar.
The men’s and women’s national football teams of Mexico officially inked an agreement with Texas-based telecommunications giant AT&T as an official partner.
In 2019, AT&T served as an official partner and sponsor of the Mexican football team’s US tour.
The Mexican Football Federation (FMF) and Mexican financial group, Banorte announced the addition of the Banco Fuerte de México as the official sponsor of the Mexican National teams.
For the FIFA World Cup 2022, Qatar, Banco Fuerte de México will be the only bank partnering with the Mexico Men’s National football team. The strategic partnership also includes Mexico Women’s National team and the youth teams to gain benefits from the banking partner.
Kavak, a Mexican online marketplace for used cars, announced a commercial partnership with Mexican Football Federation in November 2021 to become an official sponsor of the Mexican National Team for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
A Mexico-based oil and energy company, G500, was announced as the official gasoline of the Mexican National football teams in March 2018.
The deal negotiated with the Mexican Football Federation includes official sponsorship of all men’s national football teams, including the Beach Soccer Team, through 2023.
1949-founded Mexican dairy company, Grupo Lala acts as an official sponsor of the Mexican Men’s and Women’s national football teams.
Lala was also involved in the 2012 campaign of the Mexican National team against breast cancer, called the ‘Pink Campaign’.
In July 2021, Betcris, an online betting organisation, signed with the Mexican National football team, ahead of the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) World Cup.
A variety of wagers, including Moneyline bets, parlays, and more, are available through a collaboration with the betting business Betcris.
Izzi telecom is a Mexican telecommunications company, that was announced as an official sponsor of the Mexican National Football team in March 2015.
South Korean electronics company, LG and Mexican Football Federation penned a deal in November 2021, making LG an official sponsor of the FMF.
Hyperice is an American business that was established in 2011 and focuses on technologies to aid in injury prevention and athlete recovery.
In May 2021, Mexico’s National Football teams welcomed Hyperice as the official recovery technology partner of the Men’s and Women’s national teams.
The multi-year partnership gives Mexico’s athletes and coaches access to Hyperice’s technologies on the sidelines, in facilities, and during practice sessions prior to important matches, including the Mexico Men’s National Football Team, Mexico Women’s National Football Team, and Youth National Football Teams (Under-20, Under-17).
In order to enhance player health and mobility, Hyperice also educates team officials at all levels on the most recent advancements in recovery technologies and wellness solutions.
In January 2022, Mexico National Football teams and Mexico-based crypto exchange platform, Bitso announced a partnership for the FIFA World Cup 2022, Qatar.
The Mexican squad is the first CONCACAF team to get sponsorship from a cryptocurrency business.