Mufulira Wanderers New Jersey
Mufulira Wanderers New Jersey

The National Savings and Credit Bank has signed a 27,000 US dollar kit sponsorship deal with premier league side Mufulira Wanderers.

NATSAVE Managing Director Cephas Chabu unveiled the new Umbro kit on Wednesday evening at a cocktail party.

Chabu said NATSAVE decided to partner with Mufulira Wanders because of its rich football history and its exceptional contribution to soccer development in the country.

He said the success of Zambia’s football is incomplete without mentioning Mufulira Wanderers and that the team has a large national following.

‘This partnership will be long standing, in that in addition to the sponsorship of jerseys, the bank shall also embark on sensitising the players about the importance of saving and further accessing various NATSAVE products,’ he said.

And officiating at the event, Sports Minister Vincent Mwale commended NATSAVE for the gesture saying it is a motivation to the club and will no doubt significantly contribute to quality of soccer standards in the country.

Mwale said the sponsorship is timely as it comes at a time when the team has been promoted from Division One to MTN/FAZ premier league.

Meanwhile, Mufulira Wanderers legend Kalusha Bwalya who is also FAZ President thanked NATSAVE for the sponsorship saying football has the power to unify communities.

At the same event, Mufulira Wanderers Supporters Society unveiled a new club logo and called for more support from the corporate world to the club.

Mufulira Wanderers New Logo
Mufulira Wanderers New Logo
Kalusha Bwalya
Kalusha Bwalya
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10 COMMENTS

  1. what a wonderful logo! Please mighty, don’t disappoint us. We have to remain in the premier league for a while.

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  2. NATSAVE must be applauded for the goodwill. It is not only good for Mufulira Wanderers but Zambian football as well. Wanderers is among the clubs that are a very epitome of Zambian football. There is not doubt that their coming back to the super league will see more fans flock to stadiums. That is exactly what happened when Nkana came back. Clubs with a legendary history like Kabwe Warriors should also be assisted in order for Zambian football to return to the excitement and euphoria of the 70s and 90s.

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  3. Great gesture by NATSAVE! But would have been better if the kit was in the legendary green and white shirts of yesteryear worn by Thomas Bwalya, George Sikazwe, Kenny Simwanza, Dick Makwaza, Robertson Zulu and other Shinde greats !

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  4. As a die-hard Nkana supporter, I’m at pains to resist the urge to feel jealous for our rival sister club. But hey, thumb up to NATSAVE for leading the way in the right direction. I’ve no doubt you’ll not regret this gesture as our rival sister club is indeed a legendary club second only to Nkana!!!!

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  5. The logo or whatever you call it is a bit childish. It looks like it was done by a secondary school pupil. I am in the graphics business and had you asked me we could have given you a more professional design. Mighty needs paraphernalia that equals the club’s achievements

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