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The King of Beers successfully hosted an EPL Game Day in commemoration of the Manchester Derby

Feature Lifestyle The King of Beers successfully hosted an EPL Game Day in commemoration...

Lusaka’s finest and A-listers were in attendance at the EPL Manchester Derby event held on Saturday (12th December) by Budweiser Zambia. The occasion was graced by famous faces including His Worship The Mayor of Lusaka City, Miles Sampa and his fiancé Nchimunya, Slap Dee, Salma Sky and Tivo Shikapwashya. The fabulous media personality Mutale Mwanza was the MC of the show which was held at Lusaka’s most sought after venue; The Quorum – a modern, stylish and members-only club in Lusaka’s Kabulonga neighbourhood. Budweiser is always accompanied by high energy music and in similar fashion, DJs El Mukuka, Sebastien Dutch, Clap and Sane were on the decks at the event.

“Our consumers are passionate about football and so are we, it is with great pleasure to connect the King of Beers with the Kings of the Game of Football.” said Sibajene Munkombwe, Country Head of Marketing at Zambian Breweries Plc. This is the fourth instalment of the EPL Game Days which are a part of the global campaign by Budweiser to celebrate and highlight the Budweiser sponsorship of the prominent English Premier League. “These EPL Game Day events are part of the global sensation of Budweiser championing one of the best football leagues in the World. It is an exciting moment for the beer and we are even more thrilled to share this excitement with all football fans across the globe” added Munkombwe. He also encouraged the public to be on the lookout for other Budweiser Football events that will emphasise the brand’s participation in other major sponsorships such as La Liga and the recent announcement of their incredible partnership with football giant Lionel Messi.

Budweiser’s football portfolio includes multi-year partnerships with La Liga and the English Premier League which are among the top internationally acclaimed Football Leagues. Budweiser is also currently in a 30 year partnership with FIFA World Cup making the iconic beer a historical friend of the game of football.

Pictures of the successfully attended event in Lusaka can be found on the Budweiser Zambia social media pages using hashtag #EPLgameDay and #BeAKing.


  1. Stop this brainwashing of Africans. Manchester derby in Zambia? The Zambian fans now think it’s being elite to support the English league and they neglect local football

  2. I am a member of that exclusive club but I am quitting my membership as it has become too common for me. Nothing exclusive of the likes of sampa can be members

  3. I miss those days when a game between Power Dynamos and “Mighty” Mufulira Wanderers was more entertaining than an EPL game. Kellys “Paymaster” Mwaba , Paul Chellah etc live at Shinde stadium or Arthur Davis Stadium.

  4. Just whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy???????? supporting foreign entity when we can easily support our own!!!! and for that matter, we don’t even have any Zambian player in the premier league what is the catch here Zed people?????

  5. @John Mule Kulwisha ukuba ubusungu. Some people think that if they enjoy what whites enjoy then they are close to white status. We are mentally enslaved and to free ourselves is a very difficult thing

  6. @John Mule I think there is nothing wrong with supporting a English team as long as you also support a Zedian team. That’s why I support Warriors all the time but these things I see of Africans fighting like what happened in Kenya when their English teams lose it is stuupid.

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