Bengaluru FC add ARC – Athlete Recovery to their sponsorship roster

Following the alliance, ARC - Athlete Recovery has been named the official recovery partner of Bengaluru City FC for the next two years. 

The Indian Super League (ISL) team, Bengaluru FC have signed a brand-new partnership with the portable ice bath developer, ARC – Athlete Recovery.

Following the alliance, ARC – Athlete Recovery has been named the official recovery partner of the Bengaluru-based club for the next two years. 

As per the esteemed deal, these portable ice baths curated by the company will be placed at the BFC’s training facility on their home turf, Sree Kanteerava Stadium, which will help the players recover well after every game they play at the home venue. 

Speaking on the collaboration, David Mathias, Founder ARC – Athlete Recovery, said, “At ARC–Athlete Recovery we try to honour the athlete in all of us. By empowering the athlete to recover better they can push their limits further, each time. Bengaluru FC are pioneers in adopting this recovery culture amongst their players and we find tremendous synergy with that”.

Expressing his delight, Bengaluru FC Director of Football, Darren Caldeira said, “Bengaluru FC is delighted to have ARC on board. They have made a powerful tool like cold therapy accessible, convenient and portable and their technology is top of the line and will go a long way in helping our players maintain their fitness levels throughout what we are sure will be a long and extremely competitive ISL season”.

Before the development, the football club from Garden City added companies like Jar, Dove Men+Care, and Sun King to its sponsorship portfolio. 

ARC – Athlete Recovery was formed by the former Karnataka Ranji player, David Mathias, where the brand focuses on providing much-needed comfort and recovery to players with the help of portable ice baths. The entity has a rich history of associating with many big sporting names like KL Rahul, organisations such as the National Cricket Academy (NCA) and Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), and the teams from Karnataka Premier League (KPL), Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL), and Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

The Blues are still searching for their first win in the ongoing ISL Season, as they have secured two defeats in their first two encounters. They will be eyeing to turn the tables in their favour against East Bengal FC tomorrow in Bengaluru. 

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