Kasoa-based Division two club Cheetah FC has set another history in Ghana Football by becoming the first division two football club to secure a partnership deal with Bel-Aqua as their official water sponsor.
The founder and bankroller of Cheetah FC Mr. Abdul Hayye Yartey who is known for his branding skills was highly enthused during the signing as he praised Bel-Aqua.
He further spoke on how expensive it is to manage football clubs in Ghana from camping to future signings.
He, therefore, encouraged other corporate entities to look up to Bel-Aqua and come to the aid of football clubs in Ghana.
Bel-Aqua signed the one-year partnership deal to support cheetah FC with 12,000 bottles of Bel-Aqua and Active water a year.
“We are excited to have Bel-Aqua on board. This is a great news for Division two football, because it doesn’t normally happen to see big brands sponsoring clubs at the grass-roots level. But Bel-Aqua has changed the status quo. We hope this partnership goes well for Bel-Aqua to even extend it to 10 more years”.
He therefore used the platform to call on other cooperate bodies to emulate Bel-Aqua to come on board because it’s not easy to run to a football club in Ghana.
Cheetah FC under the watch of Mr Yartey has witnessed various modification.
The Club can boast of producing players like Black Stars winger Christian Atsu, Emmanuel Toku, Kotoko’s Mudasiru Salifu, among other renowned footballers plying their trade outside the country.