UK: Heineken renews Manchester City FC tie-up
Amstel is among the brands that the deal covers
Heineken’s UK division has renewed its deal as official beer partner of Manchester City Football Club in the country.
The four-year renewal will see the Dutch brewer’s Foster’s, Heineken, Strongbow, Bulmers, Amstel and John Smith’s brands served on match days and during concerts at the club’s Ethiad stadium until the end of the 2017/8 season, Manchester City said today (28 August). Heineken and the club have had a commercial relationship for the past 18 years.
Lawson Mountstevens, Heineken UK’s on-trade MD, said: “We are delighted to extend our partnership with one of the most ambitious clubs in world football.”
Financial details behind the partnership were not disclosed.
Last week, Heineken reported a dip in first-half group net profits and sales.
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