Sponsors of the World Cup
Sponsors of the World Cup are:
- Mc Donalds
Sponsors of FIFA
FIFA sponsors are:
- Wanda Group
- Hyundai / Kia
- Qatar Airways
Qatar Airways is the new sponsor of the 2022 World Cup and FIFA
Qatar Airways has been named as FIFA’s new official sponsor for the 2022 World Cup. As part of a newly completed sponsorship arrangement, the airline also makes numerous planes accessible. Qatar Airways is the official airline for the Confederations Cup 2017, the 2018 World Cup, the club team World Cup, the 2019 World Cup for women, and the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, according to the deal.
Qatar Airways has exclusive marketing and branding rights for the future two World Football Cups as a FIFA partner. The business expects to reach more than two trillion people every year with this strategy. During the matches of the aforementioned events, it will also be displayed.
FIFA and Qatar Airways have reached a deal that is one of the greatest in sports history and the largest in the airline’s history. The partnership, which was struck on May 7, 2017, is part of the company’s global ambition to become more visible at major football clubs and sporting events. They also share parallels to Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ahli FC and FC Barcelona.
FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura stated that having a partner like Qatar Airways, the world’s fastest expanding airline, is highly important to FIFA. Because it is situated in Qatar, it is an excellent partner to travel with during the 2022 World Cup. As a result, FIFA is fully prepared for the first World Cup in 20 years.
“Qatar Airways recognizes the potential of sport to unite people. FIFA, as an umbrella body, recognizes the strength of football’s popularity. We are looking forward to celebrating successes with football fans who will be able to see some of the world’s best players “Qatar Airways’ director, Akbar Al Baker stated. Of course, he is excited for the 2022 World Cup to be held in his native nation.
The Budweiser beer will be served during the 2022 World Cup
FIFA and Anheuser-Busch InBev are happy to announce that an agreement on the official beer for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar has been reached. As a consequence, Budweiser will be the beverage supplied as the World Football Cup’s official beer.
This collaboration expands on the two worldwide organizations’ 25-year cooperation. Anheuser-Busch InBev now has the worldwide rights to contribute beer up through and including the 2022 World Cup. Budweiser has always been vital for the World Cup since the parties’ original agreement in 1986. Budweiser brought football fans from all around the world closer to the game.
Budweiser is the official sponsor of the World Cup in 2022. Chris Burggraeve, the marketing director of Anheuser-Busch InBev, is also pleased with the long-term partnership with FIFA and the World Cup in Qatar. Football and sports are often seen as a time when a lot of fun is had and a lot of alcohol is consumed. The 2022 World Cup provides the beer brand with a powerful and relevant platform to bring the beer to the attention of all football enthusiasts worldwide.
Budweiser will be the official beer of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, however, Anheuser-Busch InBev has the option of distributing additional beers from its range as part of their local sponsorship deals. The Jupiler beer, for example, will be available in 2022.
Budweiser is the first of the 2022 World Cup group sponsors.
During the 2022 World Cup, alcohol is not permitted in stadiums. Qatar has taken this step to ensure that football supporters cannot drink beer before, during, or after the game. Of course, the organization expects that by enacting this rule, it would be able to prevent riots and disruptions. The prohibition of alcohol at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar poses a significant challenge for FIFA. Budweiser is a significant FIFA sponsor and has donated beer to the World Football Cup every year since 1986.
Sponsors see no reason to leave FIFA after a controversial report on workers
Following the condemned corruption investigation on the distribution of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, three of FIFA’s six most prominent sponsors find no cause to cease collaboration with the World Football Association.
Adidas, Coca-Cola, and Hyundai have expressed confidence in FIFA’s ability to resolve the investigation’s issues.
Coca-Cola is well aware of the perils of imagining the union. “We are concerned about anything that detracts from FIFA’s objectives and principles,” the soft drink maker added. “The present atmosphere around the study is depressing. We anticipate a prompt, transparent, and efficient resolution to this issue.”
Adidas is solely interested in discussing their thoughts on the research with FIFA. “They must remark on this, and we will address it with them personally.”
Hyundai Netherlands is devoted to sportiness, respect, and fraternization’ and has ‘positively committed itself to football.’ The vehicle manufacturer delegated sponsorship handling to the overseas department. “We are certain that they are aware of all events surrounding FIFA and that they would address them with them if required. We trust their judgment in the Netherlands, but we are unable to discuss political concerns or matters involving sports groups.”
FIFA’s other three major partners are VISA, Emirates, and Sony. The airline has previously said that it would cease operations after this year due to the union’s latest offer being insufficient. The electronics company is still contemplating extending the contract that is about to expire.