Sporting Lagos Announce Klasha as Headline Partner…
Nigerian National League (NNL) side Sporting Lagos have announced Klasha, a leading cross-border payments and commerce platform in Africa as its headline sponsor, www.aclsports.com reports.
The partnership between the club and the outfit will see Klasha’s brand splashed across the front of Sporting Lagos’ Umbro jerseys for the 2022/2023 NNL season which is already underway.
Speaking on the partnership, Jess Anuna, CEO of Klasha, said;
“At Klasha, We’re delighted to be the main shirt sponsor for Sporting Lagos. Sporting Lagos’ strong appeal in the Nigerian National League combined with its culture and focus on elite sport and talent reflects our values as an organisation.
“As a business, we’re committed to aligning ourselves with organisations that have a culture of excellence so we’re a proud partner to the team and are excited to connect our customers and their fans during the next season.’’
The new jersey, which will feature the Klasha logo prominently, will be worn by the players during all league matches, as well as in any other official competitions. It will also be adorned by the club’s fans, including its Founding Members, a group of paying early adopters who get exclusive access to content, events, and experiences. The jersey is now available for sale. You can get it here.
On the partnership, Ekene Agu, Member of the club’s governing board posits;
“Partnering with Klasha was an obvious choice. We’re regular customers of theirs — we order essential sports equipment we can’t find locally, right to our door, and use many of their financial services.
“We’re excited to take our relationship to the next level with this jersey partnership. We hope our community will connect with their brand and product the way we have”.
The 2023 season is expected to be an exciting one for both Klasha and Sporting Lagos Football Club, as they work together to achieve success on and off the field.
Having defeated Smart City in their first league game of the season in midweek, Sporting Lagos will hope to make it two wins out of two when they face Crown FC at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena, Onikan on Sunday.