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Kayo Stadium Wins Naming Rights To Dolphins’ Stadium

Kayo Stadium Wins Naming Rights To Dolphins’ Stadium

Kayo Sports and the NRL’s newest club, the Dolphins, have announced a new partnership that sees the streaming platform obtain the naming rights to the club’s home base, which will be renamed to Kayo Stadium.

The four-year deal was announced by Fox League host, Yvonne Sampson, Dolphins’ CEO, Terry Ready, coach, Wayne Bennett and athletes, Tom Gilbert and Mark Nicholls.

Commenting on the partnership, Kayo Sports executive director, Cate Hefele, said: “The arrival of the Dolphins in the NRL means more live games, more action, and greater competition.”

“The club has a large and passionate fan base. We can’t wait to welcome Dolphins fans, and all rugby league fans to Kayo Stadium to watch their team in action through this exciting partnership.

“And for fans watching at home, Kayo Sports will continue to be the only place to see every game of every round live and ad-break free,” she said.

Reader, added: “Today we announced that Kayo Sports will be the naming rights partner of our stadium here, our spiritual home here in Redcliffe where we will play three of our NRL games – not to mention our main trial in only six weeks’ time.”

“This is another great example of why Brisbane needs a second team, it’s another big partner behind the club and a wonderful turn out from fans to watch the first official open training session.

“Kayo Stadium is Brisbane’s best boutique stadium and has hosted the NRLW Grand Final as well as being a base for Brisbane Roar’s A-League matches.

Kayo Sports is the ultimate destination for fans, and we believe Kayo Stadium will provide the same level of excitement for our members and supporters,” he said.

The announcement comes after the NRL announced a landmark partnership with Westpac.

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