Mumbai City FC launch specially designed Tag Heuer watch for fans

Mumbai City FC launch specially designed Tag Heuer watch for fans- InsideSport
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Mumbai City FC, the cine star Ranbir Kapoor co-owned Indian Super League football club, has launched a special edition Tag Heuer watch for its fans.

As Mumbai City Football Club prepare for the fourth edition of the Indian Super League, they joined an exclusive league of mega clubs around the world by launching a specially designed Tag Heuer watch for the club fans.

Team Ranbir Kapoor along with club’s golden glove star Amrinder Singh unveiled the popular Connected Modular 45 with the MCFC insignia on its face at a glittering function in Mumbai.

Mumbai City are also tying up with various partners to provide their players the best facilities, both on and off the field. They have signed up with T-10 Sports as kit partner who will supply state of the art apparels.

The club has also joined hands with Nanavati Hospital to ensure everybody in the team has the best medical facilities.

The team management is super excited about the association with Tag Heuer. The iconic watch company has collaborated with select top clubs in various leagues, including the Premier League and La Liga, to produce special watches with the clubs’ insignias.

Mumbai City FC becomes the first team in India to be a part of this initiative. The watches will soon be made available to the club fans. “It’s my love for the game and the efforts of the entire team over three years that has led us here today,” Ranbir Kapoor said. “Our goal is to become a world class club and this is a very small step in that direction,” he added.

The stylish goal-keeper from Punjab, Amrinder, laid down the team’s ambition for the upcoming season: The Championship. “We have a great mix of experience and youth in this side. With head coach Guimaraes back in the saddle, we will surely try to go one step further and get our hands on the winner’s trophy,” Amrinder said.

With the season being a ten-team affair, the AFC Under-23 captain concedes that they need to be on top of their game for a longer period.


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