All Nepal Football Association (ANFA) has given marketing, broadcasting and ticketing rights of SAFF Women's championship to an Indian company.
On Tuesday, ANFA signed a deal with 100 Sports, a company which is based in Kanpur, India.
ANFA General Secretary Kiran Rai and 100 Sports Founder and MD Ravindra Bhati signed an MoU at ANFA Complex. Both parties haven't revealed the monetary deal.
As per the deal, 100 Sports will now have exclusive ticketing, marketing and broadcasting rights for the Championship. The company will also have the non-exclusive digital rights of the competition.
ANFA is hosting the SAFF women's Championship from September 6-19 at Dasharath stadium.
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