Mumbai City FC have today announced a partnership with India’s leading sports & active nutrition brand Fast&Up as the club’s Official Nutrition Partner until the end of the 2022-23 season.
A leading name in the Indian sports and active nutrition market, Fast&Up has reinvented smart nutrition and nutritional supplements since its inception in 2015 and has further developed the brand’s extensive flagship products.
As a club, Mumbai City FC represents Mumbai’s fierce, relentless and resolute spirit, much like Fast&Up, who echo the same ethos as a brand. Through the course of this strategic partnership, we will also see the Islanders return to Mumbai along with welcoming the passionate Islanders’ fans back into the Mumbai Football Arena after two years.
Kandarp Chandra, CEO, Mumbai City FC said, “We are happy to welcome back Fast&Up as our Official Nutrition Partner for what is going to be a very important football season for us at Mumbai City FC. As a brand, Fast&Up promote a healthy and active lifestyle and share our club’s core values. At Mumbai City FC, we have always believed in representing the spirit of our great city and by partnering with Mumbai’s very own organisations, we want to promote the holistic development of Mumbai through the power of sports. Our partnership with Fast&Up back in 2020-21 saw us lift the ISL Shield & Trophy and we hope our renewed partnership can help us emulate the same success along with them this year.”
Speaking on the association, Vijayaraghavan Venugopal, CEO & Co-Founder Fast&Up said, “Fast&Up is proud to associate with Mumbai City FC for yet another season of ISL, one of the country’s most celebrated platforms for football enthusiasts. Mumbai City FC is a tough team that’s been in the headlines for its outstanding performance with dynamic, world-class talents as a part of the team. As a homegrown brand, Fast&Up has also been compassionate about providing world-class quality nutrition to our consumers and we are proud to provide it to the team who literally swear by our products.”