Isuzu the new men’s A-League naming rights partner
Isuzu UTE Australia will be the naming rights partner for the men’s A-League competition inking a three-year deal as Australian soccer goes through a major rebrand.
What you need to know:
- Isuzu UTE Australia will be the first naming rights partner for The A-Leagues men's competition.
- The announcement comes after the A-Leagues merged the men’s, women’s, youth and E-Sports leagues under the A-Leagues umbrella.
The A-Leagues have announced Isuzu UTE Australia as the first naming rights partner of the men’s competition in a three-year deal starting in the upcoming 2021-22 season.
The men’s competition will be known as the ‘Isuzu UTE A-League Men’, following a recent rebrand of the leagues that brought operation, commercialisation, and marketing into one organisation.
The A-Leagues has also sponsored with Surf Life Saving Australia, and will be accessible on ViacomCBS’ Network Ten on free-to-air and through its streaming service Paramount+.
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