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Nubank signs on as Official Regional Supporter of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™

17 Nov 2021

Regional Supporter agreement covers South American market for the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ ● Nubank is one of the largest digital retail financial institutions in the South American region Nubank, one of South America’s largest digital retail financial institutions, was announced today, 18 November 2021, as an Official Regional Supporter of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™. The agreement covers the South American market and will provide the digital banking giant with a unique opportunity to engage with audiences in the region. “FIFA and Nubank both believe in the power of sport to bring people together,” said FIFA Director of Commercial Revenues Nick Brown. “Like all FIFA World Cups, the tournament in 2022 will be a fantastic celebration of football. We are excited to work together with Nubank to bring the joy of a FIFA World Cup to the South American market and unite fans in the region.” "We think no one is more passionate about the beautiful game than the people in our region. That is why we want to be part of this moment and invite everyone in South America to live the excitement of a new FIFA World Cup,” said Nubank Chief Marketing Officer Arturo Núñez. “We will contribute to making this celebration even more extraordinary for everyone with exciting initiatives that will bring people together to feel the emotion that only a FIFA World Cup can bring. At Nubank, we do things differently, and this will be no exception. Our goal is that, in every corner of South America, people will feel and live the excitement of the FIFA World Cup.” Nubank will have access to tournament tickets, brand assets and archive content to develop promotions and additional opportunities to engage audiences in South America in the run-up to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 will take place from 21 November until 18 December in eight stadiums around Qatar. For the latest tournament news, visit FIFA.com/WorldCup.