Energia has signed a five-year partnership with the IRFU to become the title sponsor of both the Men’s and Women’s All-Ireland League (AIL) competitions.
The Men’s competition will be rebranded as the Energia AIL while for the first time ever the women’s competition will have a title sponsor and will be renamed the Energia Women’s AIL.
The IRFU and Energia have worked closely over the past few months to deliver a sponsorship activation package that will assist clubs in their efforts to be sustainable sporting hubs within their communities.
Energia will provide a suite of offerings, in addition to promotional and profile support for the AIL, that will greatly benefit clubs by reducing overheads and providing long-term sustainable power solutions:
- Club Discounted Electricity and Gas rates
- Club Sustainability Scheme – funding for energy efficiency upgrades to significantly reduce energy consumption and costs
- Club Member Switching Reward Scheme that financially benefits your Club
Speaking at the announcement, Gary Ryan, Managing Director Energia Customer Solutions, commented, “We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the IRFU as Official Energy Partner of Irish Rugby and title sponsor of the All-Ireland League. It is a very exciting time to be involved with Irish Rugby as they prepare to take on the world in Japan this Autumn and we’re delighted to sponsor Irish Rugby from grassroots to the national team. We have an exciting journey ahead of us and we look forward to working closely with Irish Rugby to deliver future success.”