Hankook to sponsor UEFA Europa League

Hankook to sponsor UEFA Europa League

Switzerland, July 19, 2012: Korean tyre manufacturers Hankook will be an Official Sponsor of the UEFA Europa League for the 2012-15 period as well as the 2013, 2014 and 2015 UEFA Futsal Cup finals.

Leading Korean tyre manufacturer Hankook will be an Official Sponsor of the UEFA Europa League for the period 2012-2015, and the 2013, 2014 and 2015 UEFA Futsal Cup finals.

“We are delighted to welcome Hankook, another top global brand, to the UEFA Europa League family,” said UEFA Events SA CEO David Taylor. “We look forward to joining forces with them to build competition awareness and engage with fans.”

“We are excited about our new partnership with the UEFA Europa League,” added Hee-Se Ahn, vice president marketing of Hankook Tyres Europe. “Football sponsorships represent an integral component of our global marketing approach and this unique pan-European platform cements our long-term engagement as a European football partner. We are proud to be supporting the UEFA Europa League, one of the most challenging and highly emotive competitions in international football.”

With Western Union confirmed as the Presenting Partner and Adidas as the Official Supplier Partner, Hankook Tyres is the latest company to partner the UEFA Europa League for the 2012-2015 period.

UEFA Events SA is a wholly owned subsidiary of UEFA, created to manage and handle the European football governing body’s commercial and event operations. TEAM Marketing AG is the exclusive marketing agency of UEFA for the exploitation of certain media and commercial rights relating to the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and UEFA Europa League. —– UEFA/Image ©Sportsfile

UEFA Events SA is a wholly owned subsidiary of UEFA, created to manage and handle the European football governing body’s commercial and event operations. TEAM Marketing AG is the exclusive marketing agency of UEFA for the exploitation of certain media and commercial rights relating to the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and UEFA Europa League. —– UEFA/Image ©Sportsfile

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