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OPPO becomes UEFA Champions League global sponsor

Partnership is in place for the remainder of the 2021-2024 cycle.

UEFA has today announced OPPO as an official partner of the UEFA Champions League, as well as the UEFA Super Cup, UEFA Futsal Champions League finals and UEFA Youth League finals for the next two seasons.

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer is the first Chinese brand to partner with UEFA’s premier club competition, the UEFA Champions League, and will work closely with UEFA to highlight the thrilling moments on and off the pitch, and to help fans witness, hear and share moments from the 2022-23 and 2023-24 seasons.

Guy-Laurent Epstein, UEFA marketing director

“We are delighted to welcome OPPO to the UEFA sponsor family with the world’s greatest club competition – the UEFA Champions League. OPPO is a global leader in mobile technology and together, we are looking forward to advancing our efforts of connecting and inspiring football fans around the world.”

William Liu, President of Global Marketing of OPPO

“We are excited to partner with UEFA and work with them to drive inspiration for football fans during UEFA competitions. At OPPO, we believe in the power of innovation to help us overcome life’s challenges, and this synergy with UEFA’s desire to fight in the face of adversity, makes this a perfect partnership.”

OPPO will enjoy high visibility, appearing on broadcast backdrops and in stadia, including on extensive perimeter advertising, website and social media of the UEFA Champions League. In addition, OPPO will offer football fans the unique opportunity to go pitch-side throughout the UEFA Champions League season and capture key moments with OPPO smartphones.

OPPO joins Heineken, PlayStation, PepsiCo, Mastercard, FedEx and Just Eat Takeaway.com as official global sponsors of the UEFA Champions League.