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AUSTRIA MEN’S NATIONAL FOOTBALL TEAM SPONSORS

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Here are the sponsors for the Austria Men’s National Football Team ahead of the Euros next summer.

Name of the Football Association – Austrian Football Association (German: Österreichischer Fußball-Bund; ÖFB)

PREMIUM PARTNERS


Austrian banking group Raiffeisen Bank International has partnered with the ÖFB since 2003, which has seen the financial institution serve as a Premium Partner to the Austria Men’s National Football Team. The partnership grants Raiffeisen branding rights across ÖFB’s digital and physical assets.


The German sportswear giant has been the technical partner of the ÖFB for over 45 years. Apart from serving as the official kit supplier for ÖFB’s men’s, women’s and youth teams, Puma also partners the ÖFB for replica kits, fan apparel, and other merchandise.


Austrian betting firm Tipp3 serves as a Premium Partner to the ÖFB since August 2010. The partnership grants Tipp3 branding rights across ÖFB’s digital and physical assets, as well as image rights for ÖFB’s national teams’ players and staff to feature in its promotional content.


Gumpoldskirchen-headquartered international gambling company Novomatic-owned betting firm Admiral also serves as a Premium Partner to the Austria Men’s National Football Team.The partnership grants Admiral branding rights across the Austrian team’s digital and physical assets.

TOP PARTNERS


The Wolfsburg-headquartered German automaker serves as a Top Partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants Volkswagen branding rights across ÖFB’s digital and physical assets.


The ÖFB announced domestic supermarket chain Billa as a Top Partner in March 2018. The partnership grants Billa branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets. The two parties also work together to promote the benefits of sound eating and sports to live a healthy lifestyle.


The tourism body for the Austrian state of Burgenland, Burgenland Tourismus, has been a Top Partner of the ÖFB since March 1997. As per the partnership, Burgenland Tourismus holds branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets. The ÖFB also works with the tourism body to promote Burgenland as a premium destination for holiday and football training camps. The two parties last extended their partnership in June 2018.


Austrian brewery Stiegl has been associated with the ÖFB since 1998, five years before it was made a Top Partner of the football association. The partnership grants Stiegl branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets, as well as pouring rights during their home international matches.


The Vienna-headquartered insurance group also serves as a Top Partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants UNIQA branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets. It also sponsors ÖFB’s domestic club knock-out football tournament, the ÖFB Cup.


Österreichische Bundesbahnen / Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) – The Austrian national railway system also serves as a Top Partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants the ÖBB branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets, who also has one of its trains fully branded with the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s players and colours.


Deutsche Telekom-owned Austrian mobile and fixed company Magenta Telekom also serves as a Top Partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants the Vienna-headquartered company branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets.


Austrian newspaper Kronen Zeitung also serves as a Top Partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants Kronen Zeitung branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets.


Online sports apparel store Geomix also serves as a Top Partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants Geomix branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets.


The American beverage giant also serves as a Top Partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants Coca-Cola branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets.

PARTNERS


The Austrian fashion house serves as an official partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants Adelsberger branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets.


Austrian recycling firm Altstoff Recycling Austria (ARA) serves as an official partner to the ÖFB since 2013. The partnership grants the ARA branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets. The two also work together to spread ARA’s environmental message of waste management and recycling.


The Austrian baked foods producer also serves as an official partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants Backaldrin branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets.


Vienna-based B2B information technology and services company IMMOunited also serves as an official partner to the ÖFB.The partnership grants IMMOunited branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets.


Nationwide Austrian gaming firm Österreichischen Lotterien also serves as an official partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants Österreichischen Lotterien branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets.


Cesena-based technological fitness products manufacturer and supplier Technogym also serves as an official partner to the ÖFB. The partnership sees Technogym supply its products to ÖFB’s national teams and grants the company branding rights across ÖFB’s digital and physical assets.


Kitakyushu-headquartered Japanese toilet manufacturer TOTO serves as an official partner to the ÖFB since 1986. The partnership grants TOTO branding rights across ÖFB’s digital and physical assets. The two parties also work together on various joint initiatives.


Austrian transport and logistics company Transdanubia also serves as an official partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants Transdanubia branding rights across the Austria Men’s National Football Team’s digital and physical assets.


Wirtschaftskammer Österreich / Austrian Federal Economic Chamber (WKO) – The WKO is the federal parent organisation for the Austrian State Chambers and trade associations. It also serves as an official partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants the WKO branding rights across ÖFB’s digital and physical assets.


Österreichischer Rundfunk / Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ÖRF) – Austrian national public service broadcaster ORF also serves as an official partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants the ÖRF branding rights across ÖFB’s digital and physical assets.


The Graz-based sports photography agency also serves as an official partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants GEPA Pictures branding rights across ÖFB’s digital and physical assets.


Austrian media intelligence agency OBSERVER also serves as an official partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants OBSERVER branding rights across ÖFB’s digital and physical assets.


Bundes-Sport is an Austrian non-profit organisation responsible for financial management of sports organisations. It also serves as an official partner to the ÖFB. The partnership grants Bundes-Sport branding rights across ÖFB’s digital and physical assets.


Liechtenstein-based sports agency Sporteo signed a four-year deal with the ÖFB as their strategic marketing partner in January 2018, which came into effect in July of that year. As per the deal, Sporteo is responsible for selling the pitch-side advertising spaces for ÖFB’s national teams – men’s, women’s and U21s – during their international outings.

Written By
Anshuman Joshi

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