The highly anticipated final match of the 2015/2016 UEFA Champions
League saw an array of celebrities and invited guests enjoying the
premium match viewing experience the Heineken House Lagos offers.
In its tradition, the Heineken House treated football fans to a VVIP UCL
experience in a world class Heineken® atmosphere as they watched Real
Madrid beat rivals Atletico Madrid to claim the cup.
Celebrities including Julius Agwu, Gideon Okeke, Lanre Da Silva Ajayi
and Cool FM’s Dotun joined other football fans to #ChampionTheMatch at
“Heineken, now in its 11th consecutive year of UCL sponsorship is
focused on redefining match viewing experiences for its consumers,” said
Ngozi Nkwoji, Senior Brand Manager, Heineken Nigeria. “The Heineken
House is here to provide guests with an environment where they can
#ChampionTheMatch alongside other football fans while enjoying free food
and bottles of Heineken.”
The match was followed by an after party with music provided by Mavin
Records’ official music disc jockey, DJ Big N. Guests were also treated
to unique face art and body painting.
Heineken House Lagos, a premium facility for the entertainment of UEFA
Champions League fans, is the first of its kind in Africa.
The Heineken® brand is available across 192 countries across the globe
and is the world’s most international premium beer brand.
To follow Heineken® on Twitter visit www.twitter.com/heineken and to
become a fan on Facebook go to www.facebook.com/heineken. To view
videos, subscribe to our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/heineken.
Enjoy Heineken Responsibly
Heineken continues to integrate its responsible consumption program into
all UEFA Champions League sponsorship activities. Every stadium hosting
a UEFA Champions League match features “Enjoy Responsibly” on one of its
three perimeter boards around the pitch, complementing the regular
Heineken boarding. In addition, an Enjoy Heineken Responsibly 5-second
match bumper broadcasts several times during UEFA Champions League
matches with an estimated audience of 150 million viewers per match