There are many names people call World Football. But whatever name it is called, people still watch the sport.
The beautiful game is the most watched sport in the world, and that means big bucks for advertisers.
Football has become more commercialized over the years, and it’s gotten to the extent that virtually every team now has a shirt sponsor.
Even Barcelona broke with tradition, in 2010, of never having shirt sponsorship, apart from charity UNICEF, by allowing Qatar Foundation to advertise on their jerseys, despite the company's questionable links.
But it can get a lot worse than that, so we’re looking at world football’s 25 worst ever club sponsors.
WARNING: We might be relocating to the moral high ground; we’re going to be talking about company ethics at times... but we’ll mostly be childish about company names that are similar to naughty words.