UAB Dominari first National Supporter of the FIFA Futsal World Cup 2021

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FIFA and the Local Organising Committee have unveiled furniture manufacturer UAB Dominari as the first National Supporter of the FIFA Futsal World Cup Lithuania 2021™.

 

FIFA has announced furniture company UAB Dominari as the first national supporter of the 2021 FIFA Futsal World Cup set to be held in Lithuania.

Dominari has grown into one of the leading furniture manufacturers in the Baltic States and Eastern Europe since its launch in 2010. With more than 2,200 employees in Lithuania and approximately 250 clients worldwide, Dominari is committed to promoting the event and futsal to the Lithuanian audience.

FIFA Director of Marketing Jean-François Pathy said to FIFA.com: “With excitement building ahead of Lithuania 2021, it gives us great pleasure to announce the tournament’s first National Supporter. As a proud Lithuanian company, Dominari will play a significant role in driving engagement and passion among new and established fans of futsal across the host country.”

“All of us here at Dominari are incredibly happy to be part of such a wonderful event,” said Saulius Maleckas, the CEO of Dominari. “Having the opportunity to be a National Supporter of the very first FIFA event held in our home country of Lithuania brings joy to our hearts. This is undoubtedly a unique and thrilling experience for us and we sincerely hope that this will not be the last time that Dominari is part of such a huge tournament.”

The competition will take place from 12 September to 3 October 2021 at arenas in Kaunas, Klaipėda and Vilnius, with 24 national teams bidding for glory.

The postponed tournament, originally scheduled for 2020 but delayed due to COVID-19, is set to be the ninth edition of the tournament, which began in 1989.

Provided it goes ahead, the event will be the first time that a FIFA tournament has ever been held in Lithuania.

Argentina are reigning champions having beaten Russia 5-4 at the 2016 Futsal World Cup in Colombia.

It was La Albiceleste’s first title which puts the side third in overall wins behind Brazil and Spain, who have five and two respectively.

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