Andrés Iniesta

CARDIFF, Wales (August 12, 2014) – Nissan’s innovative partnership with the UEFA Champions League kicks off today at the 2014 UEFA Super Cup with the launch of its Engineers of Excitement program. The UEFA Super Cup – which sees Spanish teams Real Madrid CF and Sevilla FC going head to head at the Cardiff City Stadium – promises to be an exciting starting point for Nissan’s innovative partnership. Additionally, Nissan has confirmed Barcelona and Spain midfielder, Andrés Iniesta, as well as Brazil and Paris Saint-Germain captain, Thiago Silva, as their first global ambassadors for its UEFA Champions League partnership.
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