US sporting goods manufacturer Nike last month became the fifth Global Partner of the International Basketball Federation (Fiba). As part of the deal, Nike also becomes Fiba’s exclusive partner in the sports apparel and sports shoe product categories and the Title Partner of Fiba’s World Ranking.
The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) expects to at least double its sponsorship revenues in the first cycle of its recently-revamped sponsorship structure for national team matches, and to enjoy substantial cycle-on-cycle growth, through to 2031.
The International Basketball Federation (Fiba) expects to at least double its sponsorship revenues in the first cycle of its recently-revamped sponsorship structure for national team matches, and to enjoy substantial cycle on-cycle growth, through to 2031.
Fiba, world basketball's governing body, expects its Global Partner programme for the next cycle to bring in increased revenue, following its deal with the Chinese state-owned conglomerate Beijing Enterprises.
Japanese carrier Japan Airlines has paid a seven-figure euros rights fee to become the Global Partner and Official Airline of the international basketball federation in a 17-month deal, from August 2015 to the end of 2016.
Mexican brewery Cuauhtémoc-Moctezuma/Heineken Mexico, a subsidiary of Dutch brewing giant Heineken, last month bought the presenting sponsorship rights to Fiba’s Americas Championship, the biennial basketball tournament for national teams from the Americas.
Sponsorship revenue for the 2014 Fiba Basketball World Cup in Spain has passed the €10m ($13.4m) mark after the two most recent National Supporter deals, with private healthcare service Sanitas and mobile operator Vodafone Spain.