Emirates Renews Paris Saint-Germain Sponsor Deal

Emirates, one of the world’s fastest growing airlines and 2012/2013 Ligue 1 Champions Paris Saint-Germain have announced a new sponsorship deal, granting the airline a five-year extension to their partnership with the Club until the end of the 2018/2019 season.

The announcement was revealed by Thierry Antinori, Emirates Executive Vice President Passenger Sales Worldwide and Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, President of Paris Saint Germain, during a press conference held in Parc des Princes Stadium in Paris.

This agreement strengthens the relationship between Paris Saint-Germain and Emirates and gives to each partner the opportunity to achieve worldwide brand recognition, simultaneously enhancing the image of each partner through increased global awareness,” said Mr Al-Khelaïfi.

“This is the perfect time for Emirates to re-sign with Paris Saint-Germain given the club’s new international players and on-going success in the French championship, as Ligue 1 Champions, as well as the European championship. Our sponsorship of Paris Saint Germain is a strong platform to further extend our brand presence in France, as well as the many other football focused nations that we fly to globally,” said Mr Antinori.

As a result of the partnership, Emirates will continue to enjoy highly visible branding in Parc des Princes stadium, Paris Saint-Germain’s stadium, as well as the Fly Emirates logo on the team shirt and access to the stadium’s premier hospitality facilities.

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“Paris Saint-Germain’s growing international presence fits perfectly with our own rapidly expanding worldwide network. This partnership represents a strong combination of two global brands that share the same passion for success and growth, offering an international reach well beyond football and aviation. In a short time Paris Saint Germain has positioned itself as the most popular French football club in the world and we are incredibly proud to be their partner,” added Mr Antinori.

Emirates first signed its sponsorship agreement with Paris Saint-Germain in 2005 followed by a shirt sponsorship commencing in the 2006/07 season. Paris Saint-Germain has been an integralpart of French football’slongandillustrioushistoryand  the club enjoys a strong fan base, not just within France but also across the globe.

Paris Saint-Germain is an integral part of Emirates sponsorship portfolio comprising top sporting teams and tournaments as well as high profile cultural events around the world.

Emirates football sponsorship portfolio includes a number of high profile teams and events including FIFA, Asian Football Confederation, Arsenal FC, AC Milan, Hamburger SV, Real Madrid, Olympiacos FC, Arsenal Soccer Schools Dubai, The Emirates Cup and Zain Saudi Professional League.


Comments (16)

  1. Peter

Damn this is nice, like the wide of the umbro badge also

  1. Guest

have the number in the middle and :cool:

  1. LU3Y

i have never been to keen on the idea of a big red cross on the england shirt (or on any shirt for that matter) and i don't think i will ever change. i know that this is a fantasy design so anything can go. its just not my cup of tea sorry.

  1. Guest

Something&#039;s wrong with the rating:eek:: <br />when I give an 8 or 9 the rating becomes deeper

  1. JACKO24

like it, well done;-)

  1. herbirnianer34

very nice, like the collar most of all

  1. Guest

good job;-):

  1. fsc

Not a fan of sponsors on shirts but this is one of the classier ones (e.g. compared to Wonga or Cash Converters)

  1. fsc

who cares

  1. fsc

ill sleep tonight knowing that

  1. Luis

The new PSG shirt is out. It is the usual Dark Navy Blue with thick Stripe/Bar that is horizontally cut in half with te top half white and the bottom half red

  1. fsc

Better than Wonga and Cash Converters put together :lol:

  1. fsc


  1. fsc

shame its not a real sponsoship and just another way to get around FIFA fair play

  1. fsc

PSG is owned by Qatar money, not Dubai. If it were Qatar Airways, that would be a different question and the deal would rightly be scrutinised like the Citeh/Etihad relationship was, but it's not so no need to IMO.

  1. fsc

Personally I am getting bored of these Arabic nation advertisements on European shirts. The people there hate us all so much, so why would we want to promote anything commercial to do with such a part of the world. Promote European companies, they are the ones in recession, the ones struggling - if you need the money that bad PSG, ask Sepp, he is loaded. Apparently. No camels were hurt during the writing of this text.

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