m88 football Sponsorship Deal League:
Liverpool: Â£20 million a year (Â£81 million over four years) with Standard Chartered
Manchester United: Â£20 million a year (Â£80 million over four years) with Aon
Real Madrid: Â£18.3 million a year (Â£55 million over three years) with Bwin.com
Bayern Munich: Â£17 million a year (Â£68 million over four years) with T-Home
Juventus: Â£15 million a year (Â£75 million over five years) with Tamoil
Chelsea: Â£12.5 million a year (Â£37.5 million over three years) with Samsung
Manchester City: Â£8m a year (Â£24 million over three years) with Etihad Airways.
Arsenal: Â£6.7 million a year (Â£100 million over 15 years) with Emirates
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The Stamford Bridge deal will be most closely watched by Liverpool, who intend to build a new stadium in the city’s Stanley Park area to replace their current home, Anfield. Bayern Munich is attempting a deal with Audi that would raise its price into that area.
© 2009 CBS Interactive Inc.. are seeking a sponsor for the club’s stadium, Stamford Bridge. The move validates an argument BNET made in July: that Chelsea has drastically undervalued its current partnership with Samsung and is losing money because of it.
Chelsea is under considerable pressure to bring on board more sponsors. The price is between Â£100 million and Â£150 million for a period of 10 years.
Chelsea F.C. and Manchester United get about Â£20 million a year with Standard Chartered and Aon, respectively. That’s a tacit admission that Chelsea has so far not been competitive. Last year the club lost Â£66 million.. The club lost Â£448.7 million in the five years following that. Owner Roman Abramovich invested about Â£700 million into Chelsea since 2003. All Rights Reserved. In terms of pricing for its lead shirt spot, Chelsea sits at 6th place in BNET’s Global Football Sponsorship Deal League (table below), earning just Â£12.5 million a year (Â£37.5 million over three years) with Samsung. Any deal Chelsea cut for Stamford bridge will set a benchmark for negotiations on Merseyside.
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Chelsea CEO Ron Gourlay, a former Umbro marketing director, said he needed a stadium sponsor to “create new value and new opportunities that keeps us competitive”. Similarly, while Arsenal got a massive Â£100 million deal with airline Emirates for their lead sponsor slot, which included naming rights to the Gunners’ new stadium, that works out to only Â£6.7 million over the 15-year term of the pact — shockingly underpriced for a brand as big as Arsenal.
By comparison, Liverpool F.C
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