This article contains information regarding the organisations enjoying a strong branding presence across the Serbia men’s and/or women’s national football teams’ physical and digital assets as sponsors and partners of the Football Association of Serbia.
Name of the football association: Football Association of Serbia (Serbian Cyrillic: Фудбалски савез Србије, ФСС / Fudbalski savez Srbije) (FSS)
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Digital services company Telekom Srbija entered into an agreement with the FSS back in 2012 and serves as an official sponsor of the federation.
The German sportswear giant is the official kit sponsor of all FSS-affiliated Serbian national football teams. Puma replaced Umbro as the official kit sponsor of the FSS in 2018.
Chinese tech company Vivo entered into an agreement with the FSS in 2022 to become one of its official sponsors.
The sports broadcasting company also serves as an official partner to the FSS.
Online betting company Mozzart signed a deal with the FSS in 2022. The current deal between the two parties is set to run until 2025.
Nektar, a beer brand operating since 1960, is also an official sponsor of the FSS. The deal also includes marketing products of Nektar through the Serbia men’s national football team’s official social media accounts.
In 2021, Vodavoda, a water supply brand, became the official water of the Serbia men’s national football team. The two parties signed a three-year agreement, which is the second time the two parties have joined hands after 2014 and 2015.
The Chinese projector brand signed a deal to become an official sponsor of the Serbia men’s national football team in September 2022.
The Serbia-based news media outlet serves as an official media partner to the Serbia men’s national football team.
Srpski Telegraf also serves as an official media partner to the Serbia men’s national football team.