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FIFA Signs Conotoxia As Official National Supporter For FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019

FIFA Signs Conotoxia As Official National Supporter For FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019

FIFA has today announced Conotoxia, an expert in currency exchange and money transfer services, as the first Official National Supporter for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019.
Conotoxia will engage in a range of on-site and online marketing initiatives and benefit from unique brand exposure before and during the event.

By becoming an Official National Supporter, the Polish financial services provider further expands its sports sponsorship portfolio after signing deals with sports clubs and teams in Poland and internationally.

Speaking about the agreement, Piotr Kicinski, Vice Chairman of the Board at Conotoxia, says: “We are delighted to cooperate with FIFA for this year’s FIFA U -20 World Cup. The tournament, which will showcase the football stars of the future, opens up interesting opportunities for promotion. There is a natural connection between our company and football – a well-thought-out strategy, teamwork, and competitive spirit are just some of the sporting attributes that help build our brand’s identity”.

Eduardo Solis, Head of Partnerships at FIFA, comments: “It is a pleasure to welcome Conotoxia as the first Official National Supporter of FIFA’s biggest
youth tournament. We are excited to work together with a company that shares our passion for football, and that will contribute to make this FIFA event an amazing experience for all involved”.

Zenith Ziva

The FIFA U-20 World Cup 2019, the first-ever FIFA event on Polish soil, will take place from 23 May until 15 June. During that time, 24 national teams from all over the world, including Host Country Poland, will compete for the title of FIFA U-20 World Champion.

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