Inaugural competition captured in a full-colour, glossy hardback
Concacaf have celebrated their hugely successful Nations League with a souvenir book to commemorate the inaugural competition – calling upon UK-based Press Box Publishing to produce the tome.
The 144-page hard-back book commissioned by Concacaf – the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football, one of FIFA’s six governing bodies – was produced in four different languages by Press Box Publishing.
The Official Inaugural Concacaf Nations League Commemorative Book was presented to representatives of each of the presidents of the 41 Member Associations and partners by Concacaf president Victor Montagliani.
Concacaf’s Chief Commercial Officer, Heidi Pellerano, said: “The Commemorative Nations League Book was excellent and very well received by the presidents of the Member Associations and by our partners.
“The Nations League was an incredible celebration of football and this was a wonderful way to commemorate the inaugural competition.”
Press Box Publishing’s CEO, Simon Milham, added: “The project was a delight to work on and thanks to designers Mark Jardine, Paul West and our team of editors, we were able to produce a tome that we can all be very proud of.
“Our ability to replicate the Commemorative CNL book in Spanish, Dutch and French, plus our ability to go the extra mile for such valued clients, was a key element in why Concacaf extended their partnership with Press Box Publishing through to 2023.
“We are extremely proud to have Concacaf among our growing stable of clients.”