In a bid to produce footballers equipped with the knowledge to manage their finances, Chipper Cash, an African cross-border fintech startup aided the players of Lagos-based amateur outfit SpringSoca United with financial education.
Facilitated by Footballers Connect, a platform aimed at educating aspiring footballers, at Baptist Academy, Obanikoro, Lagos on Sunday February 21, the event included a session for financial literacy, preceded by training matches with 32 Springsoca United players kitted in Chipper Cash apparels while kicking balls draped in the brand’s colours.
Chipper Cash are AS Roma’s official money transfer platform in Africa, and asides from leveraging on the strength of this partnership to spread joy through football across the continent, they are keen on adding more value to the lives of up and coming football players.
“Chipper Cash aims to help to improve financial literacy amongst these young footballers and give them the financial tools needed to…
Source: Complete Sports