It is no longer news that Victor Osimhen’s excellence inspired SSC Napoli to their first Scudetto win in 33 years. However, this historic triumph has not only been etched into football history but has also inspired the birth of a truly exceptional beverage, Soccernet.ng reports.
Napoli’s triumphant season, largely attributed to Osimhen’s astonishing tally of 26 goals, has given birth to Calcio Napoli Beer, now the club’s official beer.
This remarkable achievement has been made possible through a groundbreaking licensing agreement between SSC Napoli and El Original Srl, a leading company specializing in creating and distributing exquisite beverage products.
Designed to complement the convivial moments of passionate Azzurri fans, Calcio Napoli Beer stands as a powerful testament to the team’s unforgettable third Scudetto win in the recently concluded season.
The first can of SSC Napoli Beer proudly exhibits a captivating blue livery embellished with the tricolor logo of SSC Napoli and a meticulously crafted celebratory shield, capturing the essence of the team’s remarkable accomplishment.
This iconic can is poised to become a treasured memento for fans, forever encapsulating the spirit and success of their beloved club.
Expertly crafted as a refreshing lager, SSC Napoli Beer boasts an alcohol content of 4.9%, ensuring every sip embodies the pure joy and jubilation of the 2022-2023 Italian champions.
According to Tutto Napoli, the beer is slated to grace the market by the end of August.
Interestingly, while Osimhen’s contributions have been instrumental in Napoli’s success and the creation of this remarkable beer, it is worth noting that the Super Eagles striker may no longer be with Napoli by the time Calcio Napoli Beer hits the market.
The 24-year-old forward has garnered significant interest from some of Europe’s most prominent clubs, including Chelsea, Manchester United, and PSG, who have already made a bid of 100 million euros, ultimately rejected by Napoli.
There is a possibility that Osimhen could find himself heading to Paris if PSG returns with a bid exceeding €150 million.
After a well-deserved vacation in Nigeria, Osimhen has now returned to Napoli to join the team for their preseason preparations ahead of the highly anticipated 2023/2024 season.