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For the ninth time in the history of the biggest football event in the world, Budweiser will serve as the Official Beer of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Budweiser is the first of the group of FIFA World Cup sponsors to announce its sponsorship for the 2018 event, which includes the 2022 editions of the World Cup.
According to FIFA and Anheuser-Busch InBev, they were both pleased to the extension of their 25 years long standing partnership as they look forward to work on each other in the years to come. (Don’t forget to check 12BET for more Soccer Betting Tips)
A statement said by FIFA Secretary General Jérôme Valcke: “We are delighted to be strengthening our relationship with Anheuser-Busch InBev even further. Ever since joining the FIFA sponsorship family for the 1986 FIFA World Cup Budweiser has played a vital role in helping to develop our flagship event, effectively supporting us in bringing the event closer to fans all over the world.”
Moving forward, the sponsorship agreement between the two organizations aims to strengthen their relationship across the globe. (Sign Up now for more updated sports news and events in 12BET Sportsbook)
Anheuser-Busch InBev’s Chief Marketing Officer Chris Burggraeve stated: “We’re very pleased to extend our long-standing partnership with the FIFA World Cup. Football and sports in general are a key global consumption and celebration moment and the FIFA World Cup offers a strong and relevant global platform from which we can connect with passionate football fans around the world. We’re looking forward to the opportunities presented as the FIFA World Cup tournament brings the excitement of the beautiful game to new and different places around the world and to connecting Budweiser with even more consumers globally. ”
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