TradeATF, a contracts for difference (CFD) broker based in Cyprus, recently announced that it has teamed up with the Argentine National Team, a football team, in a .
The Argentine National Team, which has famous players such as Lionel Messi, is the team that represents Argentina in men’s international football. The team is administered by the Argentine Football Association (AFA), the governing body for football in Argentina.
TradeATF partners with men and women’s team
In particular, according to a statement released on Friday, the has decided to partner with both the male and female national football teams of Argentina. The name of the sponsorship will be called “Together We Rise” in response to the worldwide struggles caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Commenting on the partnership, Spokesperson of TradeATF, Patrycja Rokosz said in the statement: “We are very excited to partner with such a legendary organization. Choosing AFA and the Argentine national teams as our new partners was a natural choice for us because of their determination, excellence and passion, values that align with TradeATF mentality.”
TradeATF provides CFD trading throughout Europe via its CySEC licence. In particular, the broker offers commission-free trading on more than 250 CFD instruments, ranging from foreign exchange (forex), cryptocurrencies, commodities, stocks, indices and metals across silver, gold, and platinum.
AFA continues to expand across Europe
The AFA has announced to its fan base that they are excited about the new partnership, as the organisation, which aims to generate greater economic and commercial resources for sports, is trying to spread its foothold across Europe.
“It is a very difficult time for everyone in the world and it is very important that brands continue to trust AFA in developing commercial alliances with our Association, which demonstrates the global importance of our brand. We thank TradeATF for the trust and we welcome it as the new Digital Sponsor of the National Teams,” added the President of AFA, Claudio Tapia, in the statement.