Chelsea have officially announced the signing of a three year partnership deal with Carabao as their principal partner and training wear partner.
Starting from next season, the Thai energy drink logo will feature in all Chelsea’s training kit won by both Chelsea’s player and staff at their training ground, during warm-up for competitive and friendly games, press conferences and during tours.
Speaking after the signing of the contract, Chelsea’s managing director Christian Purslow said:
“We are delighted to form a new partnership with Carabao which represents the first time a football club has welcomed a new partner as its training wear sponsor.
“We are confident that adding Carabao to our family of global partners will, under Financial Fair Play rules, further enhance our competitiveness on the field while growing our popularity still further in Thailand where the club has always enjoyed incredible support.”
Chairman and chief executive of Carabao Group PLC Sathien Setthasit also express his joy for the new partnership with the reigning EPL champions when he said:
“I feel delighted to be a part of the Chelsea family. For the past ten years Chelsea has been one of the greatest teams in the Premier League.
“We are looking to expand into the world market and have found Chelsea to be a good partner to take us worldwide. I believe the partnership between Chelsea and Carabao will take us to the world and help us become very famous from now on.”
It will be recalled Chelsea recently change their match jersey sponsor from Samsung to Japanese company Yakohama Tire on a five year deal for a reported deal of £40 million a year.,