Main partnership points
Central to the partnership will be NEC’s naming rights sponsorship of The Bombers’ training and administrative base, ‘The Hangar’, now known as the ‘NEC Hangar’. With the partnership, NEC will also become the official ICT Solutions Partner and Commercial Partner for Essendon Football Club.
Hangar Naming Rights
NEC sponsorship provides naming rights of EFC's training and administrative base.
ICT Solutions Partner
NEC will become the official ICT Solutions Partner for Essendon Football Club.
NEC will become the official Commercial Partner for the Essendon Football Club.
More about the partnership
The Premium Sponsorship agreement will include match day advertising at Essendon’s home games at Marvel Stadium and the MCG, as well as development of a ‘living lab’ featuring NEC’s world-leading technology for visitors and Essendon fans to be immersed in inside The Hangar.
“It is fitting that NEC celebrates 50 years in Australia by partnering a club as famous as Essendon and a sporting code as loved and wide-reaching as the AFL,” said NEC Australia’s Managing Director and CEO – ANZ Mitsuhiro Murooka today.
“This partnership will highlight the many areas of NEC’s expertise in servicing business and government sectors, including our world-leading Safer Cities technologies.”
“We look forward to empowering fans and business communities through this strategic partnership featuring NEC’s world-leading technologies, our emphasis on the best possible customer experience and Essendon’s leadership in developing sport for current and future generations,” Mr Murooka said.
Essendon Chief Executive Officer Xavier Campbell has welcomed NEC Australia to the Essendon family.
“On behalf of the Club, I want to formally welcome NEC Australia to the Bombers through this exciting new alliance,” Mr Campbell said.
“We believe the value NEC will bring to The Hangar specifically and the Club more broadly will ensure our facility continues to be industry leading and through this partnership we will support NEC’s exciting growth plans for the future,” Mr Campbell said.