The deal will see Visit Rwanda become the official tourism partner of the club and they will continue to feature on the left sleeve of Arsenal’s jersey.
The original deal between both parties was signed back in 2018 and the reported extension will see the deal continue up to the end of the 2024/25 Premier League season.
The deal is reportedly worth over $13.8 million per year which will see Arsenal up to $55.2 million throughout the partnership.
This deal will also see the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) extend their reach in European football as they previously signed a three-year deal with the Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain back in 2019 which saw them being featured on the club’s training jerseys.
Arsenal FC kicked off its Premier League season with a defeat against the newly promoted Brentford FC, who defeated the Gunners 2-0, courtesy of goals from Sergi Canos and Christian Nørgaard who drove Brentford to its first-ever win in the English top-flight in 74 years.
Arsenal face Champions League winners Chelsea FC on 22nd August at the Emirates stadium. Despite a rough start to the season the Gunners will be looking to drive past Chelsea with a victory and bring home the much-needed three points.