ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 Team Sponsors: Australia

Due to the team being a dominant force in cricket, winning the top prizes across formats and being able to attract eyeballs, CA has always managed to gather well-known corporations as sponsors for the unit.

One of the top teams in the history of world cricket, Australia have set various milestones, including being the five-time ODI World champions (1987, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015). The Aussies are also the only ones to have won the World Cup thrice in a row.

Concerning the current ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 performance, the team opened its campaign with two consecutive defeats. However, the Pat Cummins-led team held its ground and grabbed its first two points against Sri Lanka. The squad is presently fourth in the standings with four points from four games and the way the competition is going, the Aussies appear to be one of the four teams to qualify for the semi-finals.

Due to the team being a dominant force in the history of the sport, winning the top prizes across formats and being able to attract eyeballs, the governing body for cricket in Australia, Cricket Australia (CA) has always managed to attract and retain some of the most well-known corporations as sponsors for the unit. Moving ahead, let’s take a look at the Australian team’s sponsors for the ongoing summit cricket tournament:

Platinum Partners:

NRMA Insurance: NRMA Insurance aims to render its clients’ lives safer by providing a comprehensive choice of insurance options to safeguard things they value. IAG, Australia and New Zealand’s largest general insurer, backs NRMA Insurance.

Dettol: Dettol is an antibacterial and cleaning solution. In 1932, the British manufacturer Reckitt launched it. In the unrelenting quest for a cleaner and healthier planet, the brand exists to safeguard, heal, and nurture people all around the world.

Gold Partners:

Commonwealth Bank: The Commonwealth Bank, the biggest consumer bank in Australia, provides a variety of offerings and services to its clients, such as savings accounts, credit cards, loans, and transaction accounts.

KFC: KFC or Kentucky Fried Chicken is an American fast food franchise-based business that was originally headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky and excels in fried chicken. It is the globe’s second-largest restaurant chain behind McDonald’s, with over 22,621 outlets in 150 countries.

Liquorland: Liquorland is a liquor shop chain in Australia. It is one of the three liquor brands owned by the Coles Group, the others being the bigger bargain format, First Choice Liquor and the more upscale, Vintage Cellars. As of March 2023, the Liquorland network included 743 locations.

Woolworths Supermarkets: Woolworths Supermarkets is a supermarket and grocery store network in Australia operated by the Woolworths Group. Woolworths, established in 1924, is Australia’s largest grocery chain, with a 33% market share in 2019.

ASICS: ASICS is a Japanese multinational firm that manufactures athletic apparel. ASICS is known for its sneakers, but the company also makes sandals, clothes, and other accessories.

bet365: bet365, headquartered in the United Kingdom, is a renowned British online gambling firm established by Denise Coates. The firm employs over 6,000 people and services over 80 million customers worldwide.

Qantas Airways: Qantas Airways is Australia’s national airline and the nation’s and Oceania’s leading carrier in terms of fleet size, international flights, and foreign destinations. It was started in November 1920 and is the second-oldest continually running airline.

Toyota: Toyota is a global Japanese automaker based in Toyota City, Aichi, Japan. Kiichiro Toyoda established the company in 1937. Toyota is one of the world’s major automakers, producing over 10 million automobiles every year.

Foxtel Group: The Foxtel Group is one of the nation’s biggest media firms, with holdings in subscription television, streaming, sports production, and advertising, and with over 4.7 million customers. It is managed by News Corp and Telstra and is 65% owned by News Corp and 35% controlled by Telstra.

Kayo Sports: Kayo is Australia’s largest sports streaming service, offering a plethora of sports both live and on-demand. It’s jam-packed with the biggest Australian sports as well as the greatest from around the world.

Bundaberg Rum: Bundaberg Rum, frequently referred to as Bundy, is a dark rum produced by Diageo. The Bundaberg Distilling Company produces it in Bundaberg East, Queensland, Australia.

Silver Partners:

Gatorade: Gatorade is an American beverage and food company best known for its distinctive range of sports beverages. PepsiCo presently manufactures Gatorade, which is sold in over 80 countries.

Marsh: Marsh is the world’s top insurance broker and risk consultancy, with operations in over 130 countries. The business offers industry-specific brokerage, consulting, and claims advocacy services, combining data, technology, and analytics to assist clients in minimising their total cost of risk.

Nu-Pure Beverages: Nu-Pure is a family-owned company that is a spring water specialist, having been in business since 2005. The water that Nu-Pure uses is obtained from carefully chosen pristine Australian springs and contains a natural and nutritious mineral balance.

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