Bengaluru Football Club, one of India’s premier football teams, is all set for the 2023 Indian Super League (ISL) in a thrilling collaboration with EatSure, India’s pioneer in-app food court, as their official food delivery partner.
Alongside enhancing the dining experience during home games at Sree Kanteerava Stadium, EatSure will also offer exclusive deals on its app platform during Bengaluru FC’s match days.
“We’re really delighted to have EatSure as our partners for the coming season. Fan experience is something we are constantly trying to improve and a brand like EatSure coming on board will surely go a long way in that aspect. We’re looking forward to a fruitful association,” said Blues’ Director of Football, Darren Caldeira.
This partnership signifies a noteworthy achievement as EatSure becomes the first food-tech player to collaborate with Bengaluru FC, curating F&B experiences at the stadium with several prominent brands during ISL.
“We are delighted to announce our partnership with the Bengaluru FC football team, a dynamic squad that embodies the spirit of football—a sport that unites fans and communities across the world. With EatSure – the Foodcourt on an App, regardless of tastes, moods, or preferences – families, couples, groups and even individuals can order meals of their choice while cheering for their favourite team,” added Addarsh Barathi, Brand Marketing Head, EatSure.
Both EatSure customers and devoted Bengaluru FC fans will have the exciting opportunity to acquire match tickets and exclusive merchandise.
Launched in 2020, EatSure’s primary objective is to address common customer issues when ordering food. It provides users with a convenient way to order food from multiple trusted restaurants in a single transaction, essentially bringing the food court experience right to their mobile devices. EatSure operates as a full-stack player with a presence across various channels, including physical food courts in Pune, as well as the popular EatSure app, which has garnered over 10 million downloads across more than 80 cities in India.