Asamoah Gyan and TECNO want to change pitches all throughout Africa. On the second day of the opening ceremony, TECNO, a global innovative technology brand, which is the official sponsor of the Africa Cup in Côte d’Ivoire, arranged a star-studded charity match.
Famous football players, including as Jay-Jay Okocha, El Hadji Diouf, Asamoah Gyan, Dennis Oliech, and Erick Otieno, graced the pitch during the game to demonstrate support for community development and sport. CAF General Secretary Véron Mosengo-Omba was also there.
Football stars like Asamoah Gyan, Jay-Jay Okocha, El Hadji Diouf, Dennis Oliech, and Erick Otieno graced the charity match, which not only demonstrated the love for the game but also provided TECNO with an opportunity to announce an ambitious philanthropic project: within the next five years, the company will renovate 100 community football pitches throughout Africa. The objectives of this program are to guarantee that underprivileged areas have access to good playing grounds, encourage healthy living, and increase youth engagement. “We embark on a mission to illuminate countless dreams by revitalizing 100 pitches across Africa,” fervently declared TECNO’s General Manager, Jack Guo, highlighting the initiative’s revolutionary potential.”We’re building better places to play and grow thanks to TECNO,” remarked 10-year-old football fan Taylan Tankpinou.
Asamoah Gyan and TECNO want to change pitches
In a commendable gesture, TECNO announced that an extra $10,000 would be contributed to the renovation project for each goal scored during the charity play. At the end of the game, TECNO made a kind donation of $50,000, which increased the initiative’s impact and helped improve sports facilities for next generations.The occasion demonstrated TECNO’s dedication to going above and beyond standard sponsorship as it was a celebration of sportsmanship, solidarity, and corporate responsibility.
Through its involvement in football, TECNO hopes to develop talent, stoke passion, and uphold unity. The current Africa Cup provides a backdrop for TECNO’s significant project, which highlights the continuing spirit of community and the cross-border love of football. The renovated fields signify a commitment to fostering the hopes and dreams of Africa’s children in addition to being an investment in sports facilities.
Football players of the future are inspired by the legacy of TECNO’s program, which continues to resonate across communities as goals are scored and pitches are pledged for rehabilitation. This charitable endeavor is in perfect harmony with TECNO’s brand motto, “Stop At Nothing,” as the company actively works to improve the lives of young African people.
Asamoah Gyan and TECNO want to change pitches all throughout Africa