Inter Milan forge brand new alliance with Enel 

Following the partnership, Enel has been named the official energy partner of Inter Milan, until the 2025-26 season.

The Serie A team, Inter Milan FC have secured a brand-new sponsorship pact with the Italian distributor of energy and gas, Enel.

Following the partnership, Enel has been named the official energy partner of La Beneamata, until the 2025-26 edition.

As per the deal, the company’s presence will be witnessed at the club’s home stadium, San Siro Stadium, with the branding on the sidelines, and on the giant screens, and it will also be placed on the backdrops used for pre-and post-match interviews during the home league matches. 

The customers and stakeholders of the firm, as well as their families, will have access to personalised packages made available by the club to experience all of the spectacle and emotions of a Serie A game up close.

Luca Danovaro, Chief Revenue Officer of FC Internazionale Milano, said, “It is a pleasure for us to welcome Enel into the Nerazzurri family of partners. We are happy that a sector-leading brand such as Enel has chosen Inter to consolidate their presence in the footballing world, recognising that our Club shares their attitude towards innovation in every area.”

Roberto Deambrogio, Head of Communications, Enel, said, “The collaboration with FC Internazionale Milano represents a shared commitment that unites the worlds of energy and football with one common goal: sustainability. Today we are making a great step alongside one of the major Italian teams to be able to offer an increasingly wide audience our entire portfolio of services and products that we have designed to make people’s energy choices simpler and more advantageous.”

Enel S.p.A. is an Italian multinational manufacturer and distributor of electricity and gas. Enel, which initially stood for National Electricity Board, was founded as a public organisation at the end of 1962 and subsequently changed into a limited company in 1992. The company was privatised in 1999, after the reform of the Italian power market.

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