Ghanaian defender Harrison Afful has partnered American watch production firm HYDN.
The 35-year-old will be the face of the company and push advertising and promotion of the manufactured watches in the world.
The Ghana international, who plays for Charlotte FC, took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce the new partnership.
“I’m excited to announce that I have partnered with HYDN Watches. I invite you to check out the collection and strap on a HYDN Watch. For all my followers here is a 10% discount code: kingharrison25. Link in my Bio.” Afful tweeted after signing the deal.
Across his stellar career, Harrison has been part of eight championships, both in Major League Soccer and in Africa.
Afful has earned 83 caps for his country and started two of Ghana’s three group stage games at the 2014 World Cup, registering an assist against Germany.
The right back has featured in three World Cup Qualifying cycles and five Africa Cup of Nations tournaments.
Prior to playing in Major League Soccer, Afful came through the academy at Ghanaian club Fetteh Feyenoord.
He spent two years with the Feyenoord senior team before going on loan for a further two years to another Ghanaian club, Asante Kotoko.
After four years of professional soccer in Ghana, Afful left his home country to join Esperance Tunis of the Tunisian first division.
He spent six seasons with Tunis and racked up almost 180 appearances and won four league titles. While in Tunisia, he played 52 times in the CAF Champions League and led ES Tunis to the 2011 title which earned the Club a berth in the 2012 FIFA Club World Cup.
In 2015, one year after starting for Ghana in the World Cup, the right back joined the Columbus Crew for his nearly seven-year stint with the club.