The Argentine FA in collaboration with OneFootball is set to launch a personalized NFT platform. This concept materializing will expand OneFootball’s operations from its core media business that focuses on covering live streaming, live scores, statistics, and news.
Through this initiative, Argentinian football fans will be able to purchase officially licensed digital collectibles on the platform.
In a bid to make these collectibles more accessible, The NFTs will be offered at a variety of price points. Fans will be able to purchase and store collectibles with just their email addresses.
What has been said by the parties involved
“OneFootball will take tens of millions of football supporters from Web2 to Web3 over the coming years. In order to do that, it’s crucial that we have the right partners which share our excitement about delivering a future of football that is decentralized and built on Web3. By becoming the first federation to launch licensed digital collectibles with OneFootball, the AFA will be giving fans more access and more ownership, helping to bring them even closer to the game they love.” Lucas von Cranach, CEO & Founder at OneFootball
“Our growing partnership with OneFootball is helping us to reach fans in ever more innovative ways. Our content agreement is helping us to reach millions more fans worldwide, and we’re excited to be the first federation to release a personalized NFT platform with OneFootball, transforming in further the digital experiences for our national teams and football fans”. Claudio Tapia, president of AFA
The NFTs will be available for the past and present players of the national team including iconic players like Lionel Messi, Angel Di Maria, Diego Maradona, and Gabriel Batistuta.
With this initiative, Argentina is set to become the first country in the world to give its men’s national football team a fully integrated web 3.0 makeover. The AFA in collaboration with OneFootball is set to launch its initial batch of officially licensed NFTs.