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PepsiCo sign sponsorship deal
 Women's Football Promotions News - 26 Aug 2020
Ahead of the UEFA Women's Champions League final on 30th August, PepsiCo has announced a multi-year partnership with UEFA Women's football.
The deal will run until the summer of 2025 and will sit alongside its current sponsorship of the UEFA Champions League.
"The popularity of and interest in women's football is increasing with every year and this is why we are delighted to have such a trusted partner as PepsiCo join us on this exciting journey," said Guy-Laurent Epstein, marketing director of UEFA Events SA. "Over the last five years, PepsiCo has been an innovative and influential partner of the UEFA Champions League and we are looking to draw on this energy and experience in order to take the women's game to new heights."
The five-year partnership will see PepsiCo support women's football at all levels through to mid-2025. This will include PepsiCo being a main partner of the UEFA Women's Champions League, the UEFA Women's EURO, the UEFA European Women's Under-19 and Under-17 Championships, and the UEFA Women's Futsal EURO, as well as UEFA's Together #WePlayStrong programme, which is aimed at encouraging more girls and women to play football.
"PepsiCo is proud to unify and strengthen our global partnership with UEFA to now include UEFA Women's football," said Ram Krishnan, global chief commercial officer, PepsiCo. "This is an energising moment in the evolution of the sport - and for our business around the world. We look forward to helping accelerate the vibrant women's game and are committed to the future of women's football."
PepsiCo ambassador Lieke Martens is one of the world's best forwards. A Women's EURO winner with the Netherlands in 2017, where she was also crowned the tournament's best player, the 27-year-old believes PepsiCo's involvement with women's football can only be good for the continued growth of the game.
"Having a major sponsor like PepsiCo sign on to UEFA Women's football is the influence and recognition women's football and its athletes and fans need and deserve," said Martens, who was voted UEFA and FIFA women's player of the year in 2017. "I've loved partnering with PepsiCo and its iconic brands like Lay'sŪ and look forward to how they'll spotlight women's football - because this is not just a version of the men's game; it's a league that's all its own."
Since becoming a UEFA partner in 2015, PepsiCo has undertaken a number of important activations alongside European football's governing body. This has included its iconic brand Lay'sŪ helping to build a football pitch at the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan alongside the UEFA Foundation for Children, providing youth with the opportunity to play the game they love in a safe environment.

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