Canada Soccer, Quesada announce Long-Term Partnership

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Canada Soccer, the national governing body for soccer in Canada, has announced a long-term partnership with Quesada Burritos & Tacos, that establishes the award-winning, proudly Canadian restaurant chain as its official Mexican restaurant partner.

The multi-year deal, negotiated by Canadian Soccer Business, will support Canada Soccer’s Men’s and Women’s National Teams during upcoming FIFA World Cup campaigns – and beyond. Throughout the partnership, Quesada will rally millions of its soccer-loving guests across Canada to cheer on Canada Soccer’s National Teams, enter contests, enjoy themed menu items, and more.

“Canada Soccer is excited to welcome Quesada to our family of partners,” said Dr. Nick Bontis, President, Canada Soccer. “With the sport continuing to rise across our nation, the addition of dynamic and committed partners such as Quesada will help us to positively impact and support the Canadian soccer community from coast-to-coast. We look forward to growing together with Quesada as we move this partnership forward.”

Quesada is inspired by the flavours of Mexico and uses traditional spices and chili peppers throughout its menu, including in its made-from-scratch salsas and guac. Over the last 15 years, the chain has become a destination for Canadians hungry for mouthwatering burritos and tacos, made with authentic ingredients.

“The successes of our National Teams have fuelled a growing love of the sport among our guests, and all Canadians,” said Steve Gill, Founder & CEO, Quesada. “We’re excited to be able to offer our growing customer base another way to cheer on their favourite players and become more engaged in the game through this partnership.”

Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team will represent its country at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ beginning in November, while Canada Soccer’s Women’s National Team qualified last month for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™. The reigning Olympic champion Women’s National Team will also compete in a play-in series against Jamaica in September 2023 for the opportunity to defend its title at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

 

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