Here are the sponsors for the Portugal Men’s National Football Team ahead of the Euros next summer.
Name of the Football Association – Portuguese Football Federation (Portuguese: Federação Portuguesa de Futebol; FPF)
Nike – The American sportswear giant serves as the official kit supplier for all 25 of the FPF’s association football, beach football and futsal teams. Nike and FPF have been partners since 1997, with their deal last extended in a seven-year agreement in October 2017.
Sagres – Owned by Sociedade Central de Cervejas, Portuguese beer brand Sagres has been an official sponsor of the FPF since 1993. The sponsorship grants Sagres pouring rights during the Portugal Men’s National Football Team’s international matches, as well as branding rights across the team’s digital and physical assets. Sagres’ logo can be seen on the front of Portugal’s pre-match and training kits.
Altice/PT – Lisbon-headquartered Portugal’s largest telecom company Altice/PT has been a major sponsor of the FPF for over 20 years. The sponsorship has seen FPF and Altice/PT work together over several projects on the technological side of the sport, as well as several fan engagement campaigns featuring Portugal’s finest players. Altice/PT also enjoys a strong branding presence across FPF’s teams’ digital and physical assets. The Altice/PT logo can be seen on the Portugal Men’s National Football Team’s pre-match and training kits.
Banco BPI – Owned by CaixaBank, Porto-headquartered financial institution Banco Português de Investimento (BPI) announced a partnership with FPF in July 2018, making it an official sponsor of the football association’s men’s, women’s, and their respective U21 sides. BPI replaced Lisbon-headquartered Portuguese bank Novo Banco in the same capacity. As per the sponsorship, BPI and FPF work together over several social responsibility initiatives, with BPI holding branding rights across FPF’s teams’ digital and physical assets. The deal is currently set to last until the 2022 FIFA World Cup which will be held in Qatar.
Jogos Santa Casa – Portuguese betting firm Jogos Santa Casa is a long-time sponsor of the Portugal Men’s National Football Team. The sponsorship grants Jogos Santa Casa branding rights across the team’s digital and physical assets.
CUF – The Portuguese chain of private clinics and hospitals also serves as an official sponsor to the FPF. The sponsorship sees CUF provide it vast array of services and support FPF’s teams. It also enjoys a strong branding presence across FPF’s digital and physical assets.
Sacoor Brothers – Lisbon-headquartered luxury fashion brand Sacoor Brothers serves as the official fashion partner of the Portugal Men’s National Football Team since June 2018. The deal sees Sacoor Brothers provide bespoke formalwear to the team’s players for their international outings, as well as hold branding presence across their digital and physical assets.
Hertz – Portuguese car rental firm Hertz also serves an official sponsor to the Portugal Men’s National Football Team. The deal grants Hertz branding rights across the team’s digital and physical assets.