Welsh football star, Gareth Bale, is regarded as one of the best athletes in the United Kingdom. In these last few years, Gareth Bale has emerged as one of the wealthiest athletes in the world. Apart from receiving his football fee from Real Madrid and the Welsh national team, Gareth Bale has also made money by endorsing multiple brands.
We have tried to go back in time, and list down all the brands that Gareth Bale has advertised for in his career so far. Take a look.
Adidas is by far Bale’s biggest sponsor. The brand first signed Bale when he was 16. In 2014, the deal was extended until 2020 for £20million.
In March 2015, Sony Mobile roped in Gareth Bale as a brand ambassador for its Xperia Z3 range of smartphones.
Leading video game developer EA Sports has partnered with Gareth Bale, amongst many other sports personalities.
Nissan Motor signed a sponsorship deal with Gareth Bale in 2016.
In March 2016, American sportswear and footwear retailer – Foot Locker signed a one-year sponsorship deal with Gareth Bale.
Gareth Bale did a 60-seconds advertising commercial for an online shopping app – Wish, in 2018.
A golf lover, Bale is often seen endorsing TaylorMade’s Golf accessories.
Bale invested in London based fitness startup, Rowbots London, in 2019.
In February 2020, Gareth Bale co-launched an esports organization, Ellevens Esports, in partnership with 38 Entertainment Group.
Velindre Cancer Centre
In August 2019, Bale announced that he became a patron of the Velindre Cancer Centre in Cardiff.
Gareth Bale became the main face of advertising for Altitude Resistance Masks in 2017.
Gareth Bale endorsed SWG Construction via his social media accounts on multiple occasions in the year 2018.
Soft drink brand, Lucozade, first released an advertisement featuring Gareth Bale in 2013.
In 2016, Konami Digital Entertainment named Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale as the cover star for its PES EURO 2016 Cover.
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