Josh, India’s most dynamic and engaging short video app, will support Manchester City’s #SameGoals campaign, an exciting initiative to promote women’s participation in football globally.
Josh has entered into a collaboration with the 2020/21 Premier League champions by opening an official account on his platform last year to help the club bring more short video content to India-based fans. As part of the collaboration, Josh has pledged to promote the Same Goals initiative – now in its fifth year – which rewards girls who share a video of themselves scoring – or saving – a goal on social media with a exclusive limited edition soccer ball provided by PUMA and has inspired over 5,000 girls worldwide to participate since 2018.
To be part of this campaign and be the lucky recipients of these limited edition soccer balls, girls must post a video on Josh as well as other social media platforms that show them scoring or saving a goal using # SameGoals. The goal can be created anywhere using any type of ball – creativity is strongly encouraged. As part of the campaign, Manchester City is also working with Bangalore-based Sisters in Sweat, a women-only sports and wellness community. Members of the community will enjoy a virtual encounter with a first player from the women’s team, ahead of the #SameGoals tournament powered by Manchester City and Sisters in Sweat, which will take place in Bangalore on March 6, 2022. Speaking on the collaboration, Umang Bedi, Co-Founder, Josh, said, “#SameGoals is an embodiment of passion and purpose, similar to what Josh stands for as a platform. This campaign is a young and full of energy that encourages passion for sport regardless of gender and geography. We look forward to engaging in more collaborations where we help break down stereotypes and build a more inclusive world.” , co-founder of Sisters in Sweat, said: “As a women’s sporting community that started with football as its core offering, collaborating with Manchester City on a campaign that aligns so well with our intentions at Sisters In Sweat. weat, is super exciting. We are convinced that the activities we are organizing around this campaign will really make a difference in empowering women and bringing a sense of equality to the field. Now let’s score some serious goals. ”#SameGoals is ongoing until March 11, 2022 – for more information, FAQs and terms and conditions, visit www.mancity.com/samegoals. About Manchester City Football Club Manchester City FC is an English Premier League club founded in 1880 as St Mark’s West Gorton. It officially became Manchester City FC in 1894 and has since won the European Cup Winners’ Cup, seven League titles, including five Premier League titles (2012, 2014, 2018, 2019, 2021) and six FA Cups. Manchester City FC is one of 11 clubs in the City Football Group and counts New York City FC and Melbourne City FC among its sister clubs.
Under the guidance of Pep Guardiola, one of the most decorated managers in world football, the Club play their home and UEFA Champions League matches at the Etihad Stadium, a spectacular 55,000-seater arena that City have elected home since 2003. Today the stadium sits on the wider Etihad campus, which also includes the City Football Academy, a state-of-the-art youth training and development center in the heart of eastern Manchester. Featuring a 7,000 capacity Academy Stadium, City Football Academy is also where Manchester City Women’s Football Club and the elite development team train daily and play their matches. competitive at home.
For more information, visit www.mancity.com.
About Josh Josh is an Indian made short video app launched in August 2020 by VerSe Innovation. It represents a confluence of over 1000 top Indian creators, 20,000 managed creator communities, top 10 music labels, over 15 million UGC creators, top content creation tools, top entertainment formats trending and a tremendous user demographic. Josh has consistently been ranked as India’s leading short video app on Play Store with over 100 million downloads. Josh is currently India’s fastest growing and most engaged short video app with over 139 million MAUs (Monthly Active Users), 68 million DAUs (Daily Active Users) and 23 minutes average time spent .
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