Super Eagles Star Awoniyi Boosts Grassroots Football With Kwara Kiddies League Sponsorship

The Kwara Kiddies YEG League has agreed to a four-year sponsorship contract with Nigeria Super Eagles striker Taiwo Awoniyi and his elder brother’s team, Unicorns Football Club.

The sponsorship was legally confirmed with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the league organizers, the Nottingham Forest striker, and Unicorns FC in Ilorin.

The occasion, which drew football stakeholders from throughout the state, emphasized the league’s lofty standing as Nigeria’s largest Kiddies League.

It’s also another step forward in Awoniyi’s dedication to football development and social responsibility.

Now in its third season, the league is intended to serve as a foundation platform for a fresh crop of talents and the next generation of football superstars who will rise to fame and prosperity through a 5-year developmental progressive plan.

With the addition of statistics and performance charts for players and clubs, the league now has a holistic plan that uses media and digital footprints to promote players and reach a larger audience.

The league concentrates on the advancement of players from U-12 to U-17, exposing them to the rigours of competitive football in an atmosphere that fosters their development and allows them to maximize their talents.

Ibrahim Jatto, Chief Operating Officer of the Kwara Kiddies YEG League, praised the sponsorship agreement as a watershed moment in Nigerian grassroots football development.

He stated that the presence of the Super Eagles star will inspire younger players to pursue their aspirations because he is highly regarded as a role model.

“The league has not only discovered a respectable partner and sponsor in Taiwo Awoniyi, but also a significant asset who will alter the league and provide the kids the necessary boost.

Awoniyi’s focus is on assisting numerous grassroots footballers in his home state of Kwara in achieving their dream of playing at the highest level, a journey he believes will be smoothed and enhanced.

“This is a fantastic idea, and I am delighted to be part of it. “I believe this will help a lot of players on their path to stardom,” Jatto added.

Awoniyi remarked that his joy will be to see the league develop many more players like him, who will then contribute to society.

The third season of the Kwara Kiddies YEG League will include 14 teams.

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