Turkish Airlines becomes official sponsor of UEFA Champions League – Football News


Turkish Airlines is now the official sponsor of one of the most watched sporting events on the international scale, the UEFA Champions League.

One of the most significant sponsorships in Turkish sporting history, this prestigious cooperation is especially important as the UEFA Champions League Final will take place on 10 June 2023 at Istanbul Ataturk Olympic Stadium.

Officially sponsored by Turkish Airlines, the Champions League event will reach 678 million viewers throughout the season with over 70 broadcasters in 200 countries. With 28 billion interactions on social media, sports fans share the excitement of the Champions League. Within the scope of the agreement, Turkish Airlines has the visibility and usage rights to many of the logos and names, including the LED screens next to the field before, during and after the broadcast of the match. However, a global carrier. It also participates as an official sponsor of the UEFA Super Cup, UEFA Futsal Champions League and UEFA Youth League Final.

Announcing UEFA Champions League Sponsorship by Turkish Airlines Dr. Ahmet Borat, Top Manager, UEFA President Alexander Ceferin and UEFA Marketing Director Guy-Laurent Epstein at the Halichi Congress Centre.

We unite the whole world in Istanbul

Regarding the Dr. Sponsorship of Prof. Chairman and Executive Board of Turkish Airlines, Ahmet Borat said: We will raise the Turkish Airlines brand to a higher level.With this sponsorship, we will raise the Turkish Airlines brand to a higher level.We will bring it to the four corners of the world throughout the season and bring it to the whole world.June 10, 2023 will be held together in Istanbul on the day. We believe in the unifying power of sport that unites different cultures, and we aim to remain a part of the world’s most important sporting organizations. ”

UEFA Marketing Director Guy-Laurent Epstein said: I am also very happy that it is the year that it will be held. As two brands, we share similar passions and believe the sky is the limit when it comes to partnerships. ”


Turkish Airlines became the first airline in the world to cooperate with UEFA as official airline sponsor at EURO 2016. The flag carrier airline has also sponsored important teams such as FC Barcelona, ​​Manchester United, Borussia Dortmund, Olympique de Marseille and River his plate.

Turkish Airlines’ commercial movie “The Selfie Shootout” starring Kobe Bryant and Lionel Messi is also one of the most watched commercials of all time.

Since 2010, the National Flag Carrier Airlines, which today supports various sports sectors besides football, has been a sponsor of the most important basketball tournament in Europe, the Turkish Airlines Euroleague. Turkish Airlines also offers advanced support for sports such as volleyball, tennis, golf, rugby and horse riding.

ready to send a message from twitter

A statement released on the company’s official Twitter account read: “Dear passengers, we are ready to fly to the most prestigious tournament in football.”

Meanwhile, the company, which is the main sponsor of the Turkish National Basketball Team in Basketball, will continue to be the name sponsor of the Euroleague, the most elite organization of European basketball at the team level, until 2025.

The tournament in question has been organized under the name Turkish Airlines Euroleague since the 2010-2011 season.

In football, THY sponsors teams such as the Turkish National Football Team, Galatasaray, Trabzonspor, Basaksehir, FK Sarajevo and Nefti PFK, as well as golf events such as the Turkish Airlines Open and the Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup.

Show me that ad at the Super Bowl

Sponsoring many international sports organizations, THY has made headlines with its ads for one of the world’s most watched sports organizations, the Super Bowl.

Since 2016, THY has appeared in commercials for the Super Bowl, the championship game of the American Football League (NFL).

Super Bowl broadcaster NBC charged companies $6.5 million for a 30-second commercial.