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BT Sport describe rugby as being the heart of their business. Within a year of the launch, their free sports channels are being watched in more than 5 million homes. With existing sponsorship deals for other Guinness PRO12 clubs, the deal to sponsor the Ospreys jersey, along with the other Welsh regions, demonstrates its ongoing commitment to supporting the growth of club rugby in the UK.

The new multi-million pound agreement over three years is the largest joint sponsorship in the history of the four Regions and signals an exciting future partnership ahead between the successful broadcaster and Welsh regional rugby.

The partnership will include a commitment to community development programmes in Wales that will see BT working closely with the Regions to link the Welsh national sport and its rugby role models with technology, education and community investment in sport.

The deal sees the BT Sport logo appear on three Welsh Regions’ jerseys for the next three seasons; on the front of the home and away shirts to be worn by Scarlets and Newport Gwent Dragons and on the front of the Ospreys’ home shirt and the back of their away kit, with the front of the Ospreys’ away shirt already secured with another partner. As a key sponsor, BT Sport’s brand will feature prominently in all the Welsh regions home grounds, within community activity and in regional rugby marketing materials.



OSTC were confirmed as the official foreign exchange partner of Ospreys Rugby in the summer of 2013, with the logo featuring on the left sleeve of the jersey during the season just ended.

That relationship has grown, with the company now providing services to all parties within the Liberty Stadium, and OSTC upgrading their sponsorship to feature as main sponsor on the front of the away jersey as well as taking up secondary positions on the front and back of the home shirt.

Established in 1999, OSTC now has 15 international offices employing almost 500 staff in territories as diverse as Canada, Spain, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Turkey and India. It’s largest office is in Swansea, with 70 staff employed in the SA1 development.

In 2013 OSTC received the Ruban D'Honneur at the European Business Awards as one of the top 10 companies in Europe with a turnover of £26m-£150m.

OSTC will be working alongside the Ospreys’ new initiatives outside of Wales such as the London Ospreys, European sister club development and UAE grassroots sporting activity.



The South Wales Evening Post is a tabloid daily newspaper distributed in the South West Wales area of the United Kingdom.

The paper has three daily editions - Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot and Carmarthenshire and is published by South West Wales Publications, part of the Local World group. As the name suggests, it had previously been an evening paper, but later moved to a morning daily.

Wales’largest selling newspaper, the South Wales Evening Post, will once again feature on the region’s jersey in the coming season after reconfirming its support for the Ospreys as official media partner.

The paper’s logo will appear between the shoulders on the back of the shirt - which is also Wales’ bigger seller - giving the relationship a visible presence for a third consecutive season.

With average daily sales of 28,500, a readership in excess of 100,000 every day, and over 60,000 unique visitors every day to their website, the South Wales Evening Post remains the most popular newspaper in Wales.


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Worthington's is not only the "most popular ale in Wales" but is also synonymous with its association with rugby. Its support and passion for rugby goes from its proud partnership and shirt sponsorship since the inception of the Ospreys to its long term involvement with and support of "grass roots rugby”.

As the parent company has progressed and evolved from Welsh Brewers to Bass and now to Molson Coors Brewers (fourth largest and biggest family brewers in the world), one constant has been Worthington's support of the great game of rugby.

Worthington's recognises there is nothing that goes together better than a "pint of good ale and the great game of rugby". Nowhere is this appreciated more than with the knowledge and passionate Ospreys supporters.



The Ospreys and Swansea University have a two-year commercial agreement starting this season, cementing the existing long-term relationship between the organisations.

The deal will again see the University’s logo feature on both the senior team and age-grade jerseys, with the commercial and research partnership between the two organisations seeing the region supporting the already successful rugby structure at the University by engaging sporting scholars with rugby experts.
In addition, a programme  of research collaboration is well underway between the two bodies, not only on the pitch but also with students from the School of Management undertaking work experience within the commercial arm of the Ospreys business.

Rugby players at the University are also benefiting from nutritional testing and advice, sports psychology, lifestyle planning and strength and conditioning testing and coaching. Swansea University Ospreys rugby scholarships will also be made available for potential students wishing to pursue a dual career path.


NPTC Group are one of the largest colleges in Wales with over 18,000 students and almost 1,300 employees. There are 12 campuses, one of which is Llandarcy Academy of Sport, the training home of the Ospreys where the region’s entire rugby operations are already based, from senior team through to the community rugby set-up.

The Ospreys already have a successful long term relationship with NPTC Group and the jersey sponsorship partnership is a welcome extension of that.


Save Britain Money is a Swansea business that has gained national fame in recent months as the subject of a BBC3 fly-on-the-wall documentary. As well as the companies branding featuring on the jersey, the well known call centre is also an official partner of the Ospreys Schools Programme.

Save Britain Money aims to deliver world class performance from local talents, an ideal that the Ospreys also uphold.


Segafredo Zanetti UK, part of Massimo Zanetti Beverage Group, the largest privately owned coffee company in the world with group sales exceeding €950million in 2012 alone, will again feature on the new-look Ospreys jersey with their logo on the right sleeve.

At the heart of both organisations is a belief that it’s important to be in a process from start to finish, be it making coffee or producing rugby players, making the two companies an ideal partnership.

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