T-Mobile Becomes LAFC Official Wireless Partner

Metro by T-Mobile announces the LAFC Official Wireless Partner

Mobile telecommunications company T-Mobile has been named as the LAFC Official Wireless Partner. As part of a partnership with the 2022 MLS Cup Champions, Metro by T-Mobile will be the presenting sponsor of the player escort program, helping kids and the community to be a part of the game we love.

During every home game, a few lucky fans will receive either an incredible front row or field side upgrade from the company to provide them a more immersive experience of the match. The partnership also includes custom content, community programming, player appearances, and more at select Metro retailers.

As the LAFC Official Wireless Partner, Metro is committed to the Los Angeles community, the home of millions of Metro customers along with hundreds of Metro stores. Customers already have access to a number of advantages for watching soccer and other sports, thus Metro is gradually evolving into the top spot for soccer aficionados and are able to connect with the local fans of LA.

LAFC Official Wireless Partner

“As America’s most popular prepaid wireless brand, Metro by T-Mobile has the power to bring the game to life for fans in some exciting ways while reinforcing our commitment to the Los Angeles community,” said President of T-Mobile Consumer Group, Jon Freier. “You’re going to see us showing up more than ever before and we can’t wait to get started.”

“We are excited to join forces with Metro by T-Mobile, a globally recognized industry leader that, much like LAFC, is deeply committed to the Los Angeles community,” said LAFC Co-President and Chief Business Officer, Larry Freedman as T-Mobile announces the LAFC Official Wireless Partner. “This partnership truly brings so many great benefits to our fans and supporters and delivers on our ethos to unite the world’s city through the world’s game and we can’t wait to kick things off.”

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