Tag: naming-rights


‘The O’s’ ground to remain The Breyer Group Stadium

Leyton Orient Stadium naming rights

The professional football club based in Leyton, London – Leyton Orient Football Club – has revealed that the building and construction company Breyer Group has extended their stadium naming rights agreement with the club into the 2020-21 seasons. ‘The O’s’ compete in League Two, the... » Read more


Galatasaray stays (connected) with Türk Telekom

Galatasaray Stadium naming rights

Turkish Süper Lig football club Galatasaray has extended its deal with Türk Telekom for naming rights to its home stadium – Türk Telekom Stadium. Galatasaray is a Turkish professional football club based on the European side of the city of Istanbul in Turkey. Türk Telekom is the formerly... » Read more


Tour de force Tampere Deck Arena now UROS Live

Tampere Deck Arena naming rights

Finnish technology company UROS has acquired naming rights to the under-construction Tampere Deck Arena in Finland. It is a 10-year deal. The deal officially renames the arena, which is scheduled to go on stream in 2021, as UROS Live. The arena will be able to fit in up to 15,000 supporters and... » Read more


Honda extends naming rights deal of Ducks’ arena

Honda Center - Anaheim Ducks

Anaheim Arena Management (AAM) – the company which organizes sporting events, as well as provides entertainment facilities – and Japan-headquartered automotive firm Honda – have extended a partnership deal, securing the naming rights of Honda Center through to 2031. The deal has been... » Read more


Juve-Allianz in bumper naming rights deal

Juventus Turin and Allianz

The Italian professional association football club – Juventus – has initialled on a new deal for extending the naming rights of its home ground – Allianz Stadium – in the Vallette borough of Turin, Italy, which opened in 2011. The agreement with the insurance industry giant Allianz includes... » Read more


Usmanov’s bailout for Everton as fiscal alarm bells ring

Everton FC update Jan 2020 naming rights

As the English professional football club based in Liverpool, England – Everton FC – has plummeted into £111.8 million loss for the last fiscal year – Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov has come to the bailout by putting forward £30 million. Of course, in lieu of the bailout, Usmanov... » Read more


Campo Argentino de Polo seeks naming rights partner

Campo Argentino de Polo seeks naming rights partner

The Asociación Argentina de Polo (AAP) has roped in the services of US agency Chukkers to obtain the first-ever naming rights sponsor for the historic Campo Argentino de Polo. The Argentine Polo Association is the guiding entity of the game of polo in Argentina. It is a non-profit association... » Read more


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