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Parimatch News announces two-years title sponsorship deal with ISL`s FC Goa

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Parimatch News—a sports, e-sports and entertainment outlet dedicated to producing high-quality sports coverage and cutting-edge analytics for sports fans across India—has signed a two-year title sponsorship deal with ISL outfit FC Goa ahead of the 2022-23 season.


This most-recent agreement inked by Parimatch News continues the company’s strategy of supporting the Beautiful Game in India, to assist in its growth across the country and provide a boost to talent at every level.


While FC Goa won the League Winners Shield in 2019-20, the club has never been crowned Indian Super League champions, with its best finish coming in the 2015 and 2018-19 seasons, when it finished runner-up. But the Gaurs, the nickname by which the club is known, will be keen to make amends for the lack of silverware in their cabinet, as the ISL’s ninth season gets under way.



With an aim to further popularise Indian football, Parimatch News will be providing footballing news and updates as well, as FC Goa look to reclaim the ISL League Winners Shield and get their hands on their first-ever ISL title.



Akshay Tandon, FC Goa’s President weighed in on the partnership, saying, “I’m delighted to announce our title partnership with Parimatch News. The title sponsorship is vitally important to the Club.


“They share our enthusiasm for football in India and the association will further assist in the growth of the game in Goa and across the country. We look forward to a fruitful association and finding synersgies between the two brands.”


Shared Dmitry Belianin, CCO, Parimatch International “It’s a matter of great pride for us to be associated as title sponsors of FC Goa, among the most popular clubs in the Indian Super League. Goa has always been a stronghold of Indian football and we at Parimatch News look forward to contributing to the success story, by growing the profile of FC Goa and doing all we can to support the next generation of talent in the state.”

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