ISL: Bengaluru FC, myFanPark tie up to create unique experience for football fans

New Delhi, Nov 20 (IANS): myFanPark has partnered with Bengaluru FC to bring football fans closer to their heroes for the 2020 edition of the Indian Super League which will begin from Friday in Goa.

This year's ISL will not see fans cheering for their favourite teams from the stands due to restrictions in place due to Covid-19 pandemic.

However, during the tournament, fans will be able to interact with the players by requesting video shout-outs, virtual meet and greets and a number of other unique personalised experiences through myFanPark.

"Football is a great unifier on and off the field and this tournament comes at a time when we all need to feel connected more than ever before. We are happy to welcome myFanPark on board as a sponsor as it too recognises the power of connecting people no matter how distant they may seem," said Mandar Tamhane, CEO, Bengaluru FC.

Shailendra Singh, Director myFanPark India, said: "To sponsor an iconic club like Bengaluru FC is a great honour and privilege and we look forward to cheering the players on to great heights during this season and beyond."

The tournament will be played across three stadiums in Goa -- Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda, GMC Stadium in Bambolim, and Tilak Maidan in Vasco with opening clash between Kerala Blasters and ATK Mohun Bagan.


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