The Indian Super League (ISL) outfit, Mumbai City FC, has welcomed the pain relief product, Zixa Strong, as its sponsor.
In this association, Zixa Strong has been appointed as the club’s official pain relief partner for the ongoing ISL season and will also feature on the team’s medical bags.
The club also unveiled the partnership through its social media handles.
The recently launched D2C brand by the BSE-listed pharmaceutical giant Jenburkt Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Zixa Strong, is a topical pain-relief product that offers quick relief from excessive joint and muscle pains. Wintergreen Oil, Peppermint Oil and Eucalyptus Oil are natural ingredients, that are harnessed by the brand for quick relief, which has been used for centuries.
Speaking on the association, Kandarp Chandra, CEO, Mumbai City FC said, “I am happy to welcome Zixa Strong to the Mumbai City family. We’re entering an exciting and an important season for the club, and we’re thrilled to partner with a pioneering organisation that will support our ambitions to achieve success on and off the pitch. We look forward to working closely with Zixa Strong and what we hope will be a collaborative and a symbiotic relationship.”
Ashish Bhuta, MD of Jenburkt said, “We indeed are delighted to be associated with Mumbai City FC as their Official Pain Relief Partner this season of ISL. Mumbai City FC is a fantastic team that’s been in the headlines for its outstanding performance and world-class talent. As an innovator in the pain relief category, Zixa encourages a healthy, active lifestyle and shares the club’s core values. This association is sure to strengthen the awareness of our fast-acting pain relief range Zixa Strong among sports enthusiasts in India.”
For the ongoing season of Indian top-flight football, the Mumbai-based team has also signed deals with Stake News, Fast&Up, and DreamSetGo.
Mumbai City FC kicked off their new ISL campaign on October 9 against Hyderabad FC with a 3-3 stalemate. The Islanders will be next seen in action on Saturday, October 15 against Odisha FC.