The Indian Super League club, Jamshedpur FC has announced a collaboration with India’s leading digital consumer health platform, Tata 1mg. This partnership deal makes Tata 1mg the official health partner of Jamshedpur FC for the upcoming ISL 2021-22 season.
Following this partnership deal, Tata 1mg have the right to make their logo visible on the shorts of the Jamshedpur players kits. While, the club will also promote, Tata 1mg in their home stadium, GMC Athletic Stadium Bambolim, and also in their official digital platforms.
Speaking about this partnership, Prashant Tandon, Co-founder & CEO, Tata 1mg said, “Tata 1mg is thrilled to collaborate with Jamshedpur Football Club for the upcoming season of the Indian Super League. Sports and healthcare are strongly interlinked and we are delighted to encourage and support sports through this partnership. We wish the Jamshedpur team great success in the ISL. We will continue working on several other initiatives to encourage better fitness and health in India.”
Adding some words to the occasion, Jamshedpur FC CEO, Mukul Choudhari said, “We take immense pride in having the largest eHealth platform of the country as our partners for the upcoming season. We look forward to working closely with Tata 1mg to develop new ideas and engaging projects focused on football fans in Jharkhand as well as interacting with the wider football community in India.”
Tata 1mg, previously known as 1mg, is a LegitScript certified, integrated healthcare platform based in Gurgaon, India, founded in April 2015. The word Tata has been associated with it from this year after Tata Digital Ltd acquired 55% stakes from 1mg, making it Tata 1mg. However, its work has been the same as it deals with easy and affordable access to a wide range of products and services like medicines, health & wellness products, diagnostics services & teleconsultation to customers.
Jamshedpur FC is owned and managed by Tata Steel and was established in 2017 after Tata Steel won the bidding rights in the expansion of two teams in ISL 2017-18. The club since has shown decent performances in their last four seasons, finishing 5th in their first two seasons, 8th in their third, and 6th in the last campaign. This season, the club will hope to get their hands on the trophy, the ISL 2021-22 will start from 19th November. Jamshedpur will face East Bengal in their first match on 21st November.