Errea Sport has announced a two-year technical collaboration contract has been signed in Madrid with the FEGUIFUT, the Equatorial Guinean Football Federation, and it will be renewable for a further two years.
Having already supplied the kits for the previous two matches played in Tanzania and Guinea in November 2019, Erreà gained the trust of the Federation that is seeking qualification for the next Africa Cup of Nations and the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The new Erreà shirt will make its first appearance on March 25 in Tunis, in the first of two games against Libya for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations. The new, customised shirts will be worn by the men’s senior national team, led by two international professional players of the calibre of Emilio Nsue, who plays for Apollon Limassol and Pedro Obiang who plays for US Sassuolo.
The contract covers the two men’s and women’s national senior teams, the men’s U-23 and U-17 and the women’s U-17 teams. Erreà will support the FEGUIFUT with several events for the development of football in the two large areas of Malabo and Bata, in Equatorial Guinea.