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Main Commercial Sponsor
The MTN Group is a South Africa-based multinational mobile telecommunications company operating in many African and Middle Eastern countries.
MTN describes itself as "the leader in telecommunications in Africa and the Middle East" and as of early 2007, is active in 21 countries. (Since 2004, Africa has been the fastest growing mobile phone market in the world).
MTN Group's President and CEO is RS Dabengwa (from 1 April 2001). The company sponsors the CAF Champions League football competition as well as the APOEL F.C. winners of the Cypriot First Division in 2009 and participants in the 2009-10 UEFA Champions League.
On 18 March 2010, it was announced that MTN signed a sponsorship deal with English football Giants Manchester United F.C.
Black Leopards FC have partnered with legendary sports wear brand Kappa as our new technical sponsor.
The Italian brand, famous for its association with leading global athletes and sports personalities, has fostered a relationship with ‘Lidoda Duvha’ with a view to recapturing the local market.
As one of the world's largest sport brands, Kappa sponsors a list ofsports stars and teams, and a wide range of US, African and European football teams, who all try to make dreams come true wearing Kappa.
Over the years many renowned and succesful football teams have worn the Kappa brand and Kappa are confident that they have made the correct decision to add Leopards to this elite category of football clubs.
This goes for, among others, Italian Sampdoria and Brescia,Dutch Feyenoord, German Werder Bremen,Spanish Real Betis, Swedish Hammarby and Danish FC Copenhagen.
Kappa are definitely not new to the local scene, having also sponsored the likes of signed partnerships with Mamelodi Sundowns F.C in 1985, Kaizer Chiefs in 1988, Bafana Bafana in their first ever sponsorship in 1991 as well as the Natal Sharks and many individual athletes.
On the global stage power clubs such as A. C. Milan, Roma and Ajax Amsterdam all wore Kappa, and they were joined in the 90’s by clubs like Barcelona and Red Star Belgrade.
Click here to visit the Kappa South Africa website