The state-of-the-art Heineken House Lagos is the place to be tonight and tomorrow when action resumes with crunchy first leg quarter final matches of the UEFA Champions League in four prominent stadiums in Europe.
After mixed fortunes on the domestic scene for all the remaining eight clubs in the competition, FC Chelsea, with huge followership in Nigeria looks set to be the star attraction at the Heineken House Lagos when the English Premiership title contender play away to Saint Paris Germaine at the Parc des Princes in Paris on tomorrow night.
Nigerian artist, Alexander Adegbola, popularly known as 9ice, is a staunch fan of the club and as a guest in the Heineken House Lagos on the night London side cruised into the quarterfinal stage of the competition has been able to galvanize more support for the side ahead of this crucial stage.
“I love this club not just because the colour is blue, but the team plays good football and also achieves results every season… and today Chelsea is a global brand,” he remarked moments after Gary Cahill scored the second goal to put the match beyond adventurous Galatasaray in the return leg match at the Stamford Bridge.
The artist, who paid glowing tributes to it for the Heineken House Lagos said his experience was far above expectation. “I have read in the media about this Heineken viewing experience during UEFA Champions league matches but seeing is believing. It was a pleasant experience for me to be with my fans and many of whom share affinity with Chelsea,” he remarked.
Although there are many consumers who have loyalty to other football clubs at the Heineken House Lagos, it was a thing of delight to many of them as they took turn for photography session with the music icon.