This article contains information regarding the organisations enjoying a strong branding presence across the Afghanistan men’s national cricket teams’ physical and digital assets as sponsors and partners of the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB).
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Beverages brand Super Cola and the ACB signed a long-term partnership in November 2022. As part of the deal, the company the ACB’s assignments both domestically and internationally.
The Indian-based online sports streaming platform is the official streaming partner of the ACB. The platform streams bilateral tournaments of the Afghanistan men’s national cricket team.
The ACB entered into a long-term partnership with Star Medical Complex in June 2023. According to the agreement, the medical organisation provides medical support for all domestic ACB cricketing events.
Star Medical Complex also provides routine check-ups to the 50 cricketers contracted by the ACB free of charge. It also extends a 50% discount on treatments to all ACB officials, national team players and their immediate family members.
Leading online gaming platform Dream Studios also has a deal in place with the ACB, acting as its “Official Cricket Game Partner”.
Rario, a digital collectables platform, signed on as an official partner of the ACB in November 2022.
The deal entails launch of Afghanistan cricket team non-fungible tokens (NFTs) that include digital collectables in the form of player cards, video moments and cricket artefacts.
Indian sportswear and equipment brand TYKA serves as the “Official Cloth Manufacturing Partner” to the ACB. Its logo appears on the right-hand sleeve of the limited-overs jerseys of the Afghanistan men’s cricket team.
The Asian Cricket Council is also a partner of the ACB. The Council organises and conducts tournaments for its member countries in Asia and primarily seeks to develop and evolve cricket in the Asian continent.
Telecom brand Afghan Telecom is listed as the official IT partner of the Afghanistan Cricket Board on its website.
The sports portal of the Philippines-based online gambling company Dafabet is also an official sponsor of the ACB.