In 2018-19, the Rwanda Development Board activated its deal with Arsenal via a suite of efforts aimed at making tourism a key contributor to the country’s economy.
Fiorentina and Le Coq Sportif launched their 2017-18 kit via a digital-first campaign promoting the familiar purple home jersey alongside four away kits – each representing one of the city’s ancient neighbourhoods.
Expedia-owned Hotels.com activated its rights at Spurs during the 2018-19 season with a programme that spanned digital signage, perimeter LEDs, big screens and interior television both at the club’s temporary Wembley home and then its new stadium.
Marriott signed as Manchester United’s first official hotel partner primarily to promote awareness of its new Marriott Bonvoy Rewards brand.
Manchester United has signed a three-year sponsorship deal with the Government of Malta and the Malta Tourism Authority that will promote the island nation to the English Premier League club’s global f…
Food delivery company Deliveroo has entered into a partnership with French Ligue 1 football club Paris Saint-Germain
La Liga’s Real Sociedad will open its newly renovated, 40,000-capacity stadium – under the new Reale Arena moniker – on Saturday, while the club is close to striking a new shirt sponsorship deal. T
In 2018-19, Marathonbet gave Lazio fans the chance to have their selfies become part of an image on the team’s shirt for the 29 October home match against Inter Milan.
As part of Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich’s 120th anniversary celebration in February 2020, the club invited fans to vote for the most emotional moment in its history through an initiative run in harness with new partner Google.
In November 2019, eToro leveraged its six Premier League club sponsorships to promote the ‘Fan Financial Statement’, a report that showed how fans were – and weren't – getting value-for-money from their spending on football.
In December 2019, battery manufacturer Duracell became the first brand to sign-up to one of Chelsea’s trial, short-term partnerships.
In 2018, Vitality activated its T20 partnership with the England & Wales Cricket Board via a programme that ran throughout the summer.
Through the summer of 2019, Specsavers activated its England Test Match title sponsor rights via multiple strands including media engagement, VIP hospitality, on-site and at-stadium branding.
Norwich City’s partnership with Visit Tampa Bay seeks to strengthen the proposition of Tampa Bay as a destination for UK holidaymakers.
For the 2018 Formula One season, Heineken activated its rights through a four-city media/influencer PR programme linking host city underground culture to F1 lifestyles.
PSG wants the same kind of brand cachet as baseball’s New York Yankees or Italian motor racing team Ferrari.
‘The Match Against Bullying’ was a cause-led initiative by the Swedish FA and national stadium sponsor Swedbank, working in tandem with the Friends charity.
Hummel’s pre-2018 Fifa World Cup kit launch with the Danish Football Association (DBU) put the players in shirts belonging to fans.
Between January and July 2019, Kia activated its Uefa Europa League rights with a cause-led initiative that collected unwanted football boots from European fans and donated them to refugees in Jordan.
ABN Amro, title sponsor of the Rotterdam Open as the World Tennis Tournament, created a multi-faceted activation that turned 50,000 tennis balls destined for landfill into four products and a playground.
Premier League champion Manchester City has aligned with the growing meat-free eating trend through its partnership with food and beverage specialists Nestlé Professional.
Global bank HSBC signed a five-year deal with Tottenham Hotspur that prioritises rights linked to the stadium-led regeneration of the local area.
In 2015-16’s Dacia Family Project, Udinese and the car brand set out to encourage long-term attendance and loyalty by urging supporters to create a new generation of Udinese fans – literally.
The 2018 ‘Goals Beyond the Game’ campaign showcased Rakuten and Barcelona’s shared support for the United Nation’s Social Development Goals.
Hertha Berlin and sponsor Deutsche Bahn marked the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall with a limited-edition shirt and an advertising campaign with the tagline ‘We Do Not Accept Walls’.