This article contains information regarding the organisations enjoying a strong branding presence across Nottingham Forest’s physical and digital assets as their sponsors and partners for the 2022-23 Premier League season.
The Bologna-headquartered Italian sportswear brand was announced as Forest’s official technical partner in March 2018 in a deal that kicked off with the start of the 2018-19 season, replacing German rival Adidas.
The two parties last announced an extension to their partnership in October 2020.
A Nottingham-based online portal for veterinary services, PocketVet was announced as the club’s Training Wear Partner in June 2021, with its logo set to feature “on all player and football staff apparel across the men’s and women’s first teams, as well as several academy age groups”.
The Nottingham-based GRC (governance, risk, and compliance) software management solutions provider was announced as an official Forest partner in July 2021.
As per the deal, as part of the branding rights, the Ideagen logo features on the front of the club’s academy and girls’ development teams’ shirts. The deal also entails the two parties collaborating over “a large scale and ambitious community programme in collaboration with the Nottingham Forest Community Trust”.
Roko Health Club
The English chain of fitness and wellness clubs has been an official partner of Forest since the 2014-15 season. As per the deal, apart from branding rights, the partnership also entails exclusive offers for Forest fans and season ticket holders.
E.ON is a German electric utility company headquartered in Essen. As an official partner of Forest, E.ON helps them achieve and maintain their sustainability goals. The partnership also entails collaboration over co-branded content featuring Forest players.
The Sidcup-headquartered British sports drink and hydration company has been an official partner of Nottingham Forest since 2017.
Apart from branding rights, the deal sees iPRO supply the club’s first, academy and women’s teams with its products and also offer hydration insights to help them achieve optimum fitness levels. It also supports the grassroots programmes of the Nottingham Forest Community Trust.
The Guernsey-based nutrition specialist has been the official supplier of vitamins and supplements to Forest since September 2017.
The Gibraltar-headquartered online sports gambling company served as the official front-of-matchday-shirt sponsor to the club for the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons. This partnership also included exclusive offers for Forest fans and “the Fan888 experience at The City Ground” among other activities.
In October 2020, 888sport rejoined Forest’s sponsorship portfolio as their Official Betting Partner.
Document Network Services (DNS)
The Derby-based IT consulting and services firm was announced as the club’s Official Managed Print Supplier in September 2021. The deal sees DNS provide Forest cutting-edge printing solutions for their offices.
The Wrexham-headquartered transportation, logistics, supply chain and storage firm was announced as Forest’s Official Logistics Supplier in October 2021. Apart from branding rights, the deal makes Delta an integral part of the club’s retail logistics operations.
The Hamburg-headquartered German sports marketing agency serves as the Official LED Partner to Nottingham Forest.
The Chicago, Illinois-headquartered American-Canadian beverage company serves as the Official Beer Partner to Nottingham Forest.
BMI Healthcare (Circle Health Group)
The Park Hospital in Nottingham, which is part of London-headquartered British private healthcare provider Circle Health Group, has been serving as the Official Healthcare Partner to Nottingham Forest since December 2021.