EFL extends “hugely successful” partnership with Carabao

30 May 2019

Manchester City wins Carabao Cup
Photo: Getty Images Manchester City players led by Vincent Kompany of celebrate with the trophy during the Carabao Cup Final between Chelsea and Manchester City at Wembley Stadium

EFL and Carabao both describe the partnership as successful, as it has helped both parties to reach fans across the world. 

The partnership has been extended by two years until 2022.

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

The EFL and Carabao have today announced a two-year extension to their partnership that will see the Thai energy drinks brand continue as official title sponsor of the Carabao Cup until 2022.

The partnership began in 2017 and “has provided the EFL with a platform to reach new international audiences in the ASEAN region (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and the growth of the EFL Cup competition worldwide,” according to Shaun Harvey, EFL’s chief executive. 

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