As the football fever in the nation is growing day by day, we are seeing more brands joining their hands with the Indian Super League teams. Recently Tata Motors has announced that their newly launched micro SUV Punch has signed as the principal sponsor with FC Goa for the 2021-2022 season of the Hero Indian Super League. Moreover, Tata PUNCH will also be supporting FC Goa’s foundation – Forca Goa Foundation for their baby league – Little Gaurs League.
During this tie-up, the Tata Punch logo will be integrated with FC Goa’s branding. The jerseys of FC Goa’s first team as well as the development team will adorn the Tata Punch logo on the back. Additionally, Tata Punch will be featured across the most engaging social media content of the FC Goa team as well. FC Goa will also be doing some activities for the local fans of football and the club that visit Goa from the entire nation.
“We are excited to partner with FC Goa as its Principal Sponsors. FC Goa is one of the most consistent performing ISL Teams and is doing some great work in the local community to grow the sport.
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“Goa is extremely passionate about its football and we are very happy to be supporting the growth of this beautiful game in Goa. Just like the Punch which “Vibes with You”, Goa has its own vibe and it is our pleasure to showcase the Punch in a state which resonates the same characteristics. We wish the team the very best for their ISL campaign.“, said Mr. Vivek Srivatsa, Head, Marketing Passenger Vehicle Business Unit (PVBU), Tata Motors.
Also, Akshay Tandon, FC Goa’s President said, “We are honoured to have one of India’s most respected and trusted brands – TATA Motors sponsoring us. We are committed to the development of the game in Goa and making Goa proud on a national stage, having a brand like Tata PUNCH as a sponsor makes our commitment even stronger.
“I would like to thank Tata Motors for their support and especially for supporting the Little Gaurs League too. It is so important that brands support football at a grass root and local level. This kind of support helps us give little girls and boys a platform to express themselves and grow their skills.
“It will also help us achieve our vision of finding the best talent in Goa and nurturing them to play at the highest level for the country. We look forward to delivering great value to Tata PUNCH and growing the partnership over the years”
FC Goa is a Goa-based Indian professional football team that participates in the Indian Super League. Goan Football Club Pvt. Ltd., which was founded on August 26, 2014, is the club’s owner.
Arthur Antunes Coimbra (Zico), a legendary Brazilian player, was the club’s manager for the first three seasons of the Indian Super League. Sergio Lobera, a former Barcelona C coach, has been in charge of the squad since the fourth edition.
In three of its four seasons, the club has reached the semi-finals and finals, making it one of the league’s success stories. Mandar Rao Dessai, Seriton Fernandes, Brandon Fernandes, and Lenny Rodrigues are among the club’s local players, with names like Mandar Rao Dessai, Seriton Fernandes, Brandon Fernandes, and Lenny Rodrigues representing the club.
The Tata Punch has proved itself to be one of the most hyped vehicles in the country since its launch. Offering the tallboy appearance with an edgy design and a great feature list, it has become a hit in the micro SUV segment and the people of the nation are loving it. Based on Tata’s Alpha architecture, the Punch follows Tata’s Impact Design Language. The Punch features a similarly designed front fascia like its elder siblings Harrier and Safari. With the split LED DRLs and headlamp section and a large grille running across the front.
The Punch also packs a lot of features like a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, connected car technology, automatic climate control, a semi-digital instrument cluster, cruise control, ISOFIX child seat anchorages, dual front airbags, and a rear parking camera. Along with additional features like auto headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, push-button start with keyless entry.
Powering this tiny SUV is the same engine as is its sibling Altroz, a 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated Revotron petrol engine that churns out a healthy 86 PS and 113 Nm torque. Paired with a 5-speed manual and AMT options. Claimed fuel efficiency is 18.97kmpl and 18.82kmpl for the MT and AMT, respectively.
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