EFL inks five-year association with Kellogg’s

Following this deal, Kellogg’s has become the official partner of the EFL.

The English Football League (EFL) and its charitable arm, the EFL Trust have announced a new multi-year sponsorship agreement with the UK’s most popular cereal brand, Kellogg’s.

Following this deal, the brand has become the official partner of the second-division competition in the English football league system for the upcoming five years.

Millions of people in England and Wales consume both football and cereal on a daily basis, which is why the EFL and the EFL Trust’s network of Club Community Organisations are collaborating with the global food conglomerate Kellogg’s to have a positive influence on the 72 communities where EFL clubs are located.

The company that makes Corn Flakes, Rice Krispies, and Coco Pops, which are household favourites in millions of UK homes, will additionally have a presence in all three EFL divisions, five Wembley finals, and be involved with the EFL’s philanthropic arm through the end of the 2027–28 season.

Ben Wright, Chief Commercial Officer of the EFL, said, “The EFL is excited to be joining forces with a trusted global brand in Kellogg’s and we look forward to the impact that this partnership will deliver over the coming years, with the backing of a household name. With growing attendances, bigger audiences and an enhanced sponsorship portfolio, the EFL’s popularity is clear. Eighty per cent of the population live within 15 miles of an EFL Club and millions of fans come through the turnstiles every month, meaning the League has the ability to forge strong connections with families on a nationwide scale.”

Cathy Abraham, Chief Executive Officer of the EFL Trust, said, “Between the EFL Trust’s vision and Kellogg’s ambition around the roles we play in our communities, we are perfectly aligned to create a significant and positive impact. Together, we will be a force for good and we will create positive moments for our communities for years to come.”

Chris Silcock, Kellogg’s UK Managing Director, said, “It’s been our great privilege to be part of British life for more than one hundred years, so it’s only right we should be joining up with another iconic institution like the EFL. Both Kellogg’s and the EFL are brands at the heart of communities up and down the country and this is the start of a great partnership.”

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