Here are the sponsors for the Uruguayan Men’s National Football Team ahead of the 2021 Copa América.
Football Association – Uruguayan Football Association (Spanish: Asociación Uruguaya de Fútbol — AUF)
Coca Cola – The US-based company is the world’s largest beverage company with more than 500 brands. Coca-Cola have had a long history with football, since 1974, and serves as Uruguay’s national team’s official sponsors in what is a long list of sponsorship deals across organisations across the world.
Ta-Ta Supermercados – A chain of supermarkets and hypermarkets based in Uruguay. Ta-ta Supermercados (supermarket) is operated by the Ta-Ta Group. It is also one of the official sponsors of the Uruguayan national football team.
Volkswagen – The Wolfsburg-headquartered German motor vehicle manufacturer also serves as an official sponsor to the Uruguayan national team. Being one of the most recognised automobile brands, Volkswagen uses its reach to help promote the Uruguayan team.
Pilsen – Founded in 1866, Pilsen is a brand of beer produced in Uruguay. One of the most sold beer in the country with exports to multiple countries like Brazil, Spain and the USA, Pilsen also serves as the Uruguayan national team’s official sponsor.
Puma – This German multinational apparel and footwear manufacturer is one of the biggest sportswear companies in world right now. Puma offers products for multiple sports and sponsors some of the biggest nations, clubs and players in the world today.
In 2016, Puma signed a US$24m deal with Uruguay as their official kit sponsor. The new deal runs through 2023.
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Suat – The Montevideo-based medical services company signed up with Uruguay national football team in 2016 as one of their official sponsors. Suat is also the sponsors of Nacional FC and Club Atlético Peñarol from the Uruguayan Primera División.
Antel – Antel, one of the leaders in the Uruguayan telecommunications sector, is one of the principal sponsors of the Uruguayan national football team. Antel also sponsors the Uruguayan national basketball, rugby and handball teams. In 2018, Antel was the National Supporter of the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup 2018 which was held in Uruguay.
ASESP – Asociación Española Primera En Salud – The Spanish Health Association, one of the oldest health care foundations with over 166 years of service and over 190,000 members, also serves as one of the Uruguayan national football team’s principle sponsors.
Powerade – The sports drink, manufactured by the Coca-Cola Company is the official sports drink of the Uruguayan national football team.