Tag: Visit Rwanda
It can be hard to keep up with everything that's going on so here is a round up of the main Arsenal news and talking points from the last seven days.
On 23 May 2018, Arsenal announced that they had signed a three-year deal with Visit Rwanda to sponsor the club's sleeves, so will they be renewing that deal now that the three years have passed?
Over a year ago, Nick Cohen wrote a piece for The Guardian saying football fans should be asking hard questions about the money behind leading clubs and, on Human Rights Day, those questions still need asking.
David Luiz spent his time during this international break in Rwanda with some of his family and the club have released a video of how that went.
David Luiz, along with his family, are expected to arrive in Rwanda today [Thursday] as part of Arsenal's Visit Rwanda sponsorship to help promote tourism to the region.
Arsenal's partnership with Visit Rwanda has won an award for a 'unique and transformational partnership by an African brand' at the Best of Africa Awards.
Arsenal's managing director Vinai Venkatesham has claimed that 51% of Arsenal fans now want to go on holiday to Rwanda thanks to the country's sleeve sponsorship with the club.
Arsenal youth coaches Simon McManus and Kerry Green have travelled to Rwanda to lead a five-day 'coaches-the-coaches' football clinic in the country.
The CEO of Rwanda's national development board claims Arsenal approached Rwanda about a shirt sponsorship deal, not the other way around
Arsenal players were surprised this week during training when a group of Rwandan drummers turned up to entertain them.
There has been a lot of talk over the past week or so about Arsenal’s sleeve sponsorship deal with Rwanda yet the moral outrage from some journalists that greeted news of the arrangement has been conspicuously lacking in relation to deals with the likes of Emirates, Etihad, or Roman Abramovich.
Rwanda have hit back after criticism of their sponsorship deal with Arsenal.
Arsenal have signed a sleeve sponsorship deal with the Rwanda Development Board, agreeing to display "Visit Rwanda" on their shirts next season.