Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) side Enugu Rangers will wear Lotto kits for the next five years after inking a deal with the Italian sportswear company.
As bargained in the deal, Lotto will provide all the kit equipment for Rangers.
There will be a surplus of jerseys for the players to exchange shirts with opponents after the game.
Lack of kit sponsors has seen NPFL sides struggle with worn-out and rarity of jerseys which have been used to tease the league.
This will not be the case of Enugu Rangers anymore all thanks to their new kit sponsors.
Lotto will also provide replica jerseys that will be put on sale to generate revenue for both parties.
Rangers signed the deal via Desgraf & Mart’s (D&M) who are the official agents of Lotto in Nigeria.
“The essence of this contract is to be a sort of relief in the funding of the club by the government,” Prince Davidson Owumi, Enugu Rangers’ General Manager told Complete Sports.