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Cricket South Africa Sponsors

Cricket South Africa Sponsors 2024

May 23, 2024

This article contains information regarding the organisations enjoying a strong branding presence across the South Africa men’s and/or women’s national cricket teams’ physical and digital assets as sponsors and partners of Cricket South Africa (CSA), the country’s official cricket-governing body.

Also read: ICC Men’s T20 Cricket World Cup 2024 Sponsors

Virgin Active

Virgin Active’s partnership with CSA entails fitness-based initiatives, part of which is the “Fit Fusion” initiative in association with Women’s Health South Africa, considered the biggest group exercise experience that the nation has witnessed. 

Momentum Health

Momentum and CSA have had a partnership in place since 2013.

In 2023, the two parties decided to extend their agreement, with Momentum also supporting the South Africa women’s national cricket team—both senior and U19.

The brand thus acts as the series associate sponsor and official supplier of CSA. 

SABC Sport

CSA and the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) have been in partnership since 2018. 

For various tours, CSA has handed out its broadcast rights of inbound tours to the SABC. This has included in the past the 2018 T20 Cricket League, India’s tour of South Africa during 2021/22, Bangladesh’s tour of the nation in 2022, and more. 

KFC

KFC and CSA renewed their partnership, which started over a decade ago, for another five years in June 2020.

The deal sees KFC act as the title sponsor of T20Is as well as an official sponsor of the (KFC) Mini-Cricket programme, which helps in the development of youth and grassroots-level cricket in the country.

Sunfoil

South Africa’s leading oil producer Sunfoil and CSA’s long-standing relationship dates back to Australia’s tour of South Africa back in 2011/12.

Since then, Sunfoil has acted as the title sponsor for various Test series in the country. For instance, Sunfoil was the title sponsor of New Zealand’s tour of South Africa back in 2016.

Kemach JCB

CSA welcomed Kemach Equipment on board as an official supplier in November 2017 on an initial three-year contract. 

Kemach provides CSA with resources to ensure the maintenance and upkeep of its hubs and regional performance centres.

Castore

In October 2021, CSA announced that UK-based sportswear brand Castore would become its official kit supplier.

The three-year deal entails Castore acting as the Proteas’ kit supplier from October 2021 until September 30, 2024.

Castore replaced New Balance as the CSA kit supplier. The agreement with New Balance was originally supposed to run until 2023, but the deal was cut short. 

Castle

CSA signed a five-year deal with South African Breweries (SAB) in October 2016. SAB’s flagship brand Castle Lager was thusly named as the official beer of the South Africa national cricket team. 

Castle Lager, through SAB, had previously been the headline sponsor of South Africa’s home Test and ODI series as well. 

The two parties renewed their agreement in 2022, with Castle continuing as an official supplier for both the men’s and women’s national cricket teams of CSA. 

BitCo

South African telecom company BitCo Telecoms entered into an agreement with CSA in May 2023. 

The agreement, drawn for a term of five years, entails the company providing fibre internet and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services to major CSA-affiliated cricket stadiums across the country. 

SpringBok Atlas 

SpringBok Atlas is the official transport partner of Cricket South Africa. 

Ticket Pro 

Online ticket-booking portal Ticket Pro acts as the official ticketing partner of CSA.

SuperSport

SuperSport and CSA have had in place a long-standing broadcast deal. The last renewal of their deal came in May 2023 and is currently set to conclude after the 2026/27 season.

The current deal sees matches of both the men’s and women’s national cricket teams of CSA broadcast on SuperSport channels. SuperSport also covers certain domestic events in South Africa, including the finals of the CSA T20 Challenge and the One-Day Cup.

Amul 

Indian FMCG company Amul signed on as an Official Team Sponsor of the South African men’s national cricket team in September 2023, ahead of the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup.

As part of the deal, the Amul logo features on the sleeve of the team’s matchday shirt.

Lootmogul

Sports tech company Lootmogul was announced as the official metaverse and gaming partner of Cricket South Africa in December 2023.

The aim of this partnership is for the two parties to come together and work on enhancing fan experience.

Western Cape Government

The Western Cape Government has been listed as an official partner of Cricket South Africa on its official website.

Lotto

The Italian sports equipment manufacturer announced its partnership with CSA in September 2023, becoming the Official Technical Partner of its men’s and women’s national cricket teams in the process.

As part of the deal, Lotto’s logo features on the training kits of South Africa’s national teams while also appearing on the men’s, women’s, and U19 teams’ training jerseys. Lotto also provides apparel and merchandise for the non-playing staff members of the teams.

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