New primary sponsor of the most successful football club in the Republic of Ireland

    Shamrock Rovers_Sponsorship
    Tue, 17 Jan 2023

    Names from L-R. Denis Donohoe (Shamrock Rovers – Chief Executive), Thomas Christle (MASCOT - Retail Accounts Manager), Ed Sweeney (MASCOT Country Manager - Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland), Stephen Bradley (Shamrock Rovers- Manager), Rían Wogan (Shamrock Rovers – Commercial Partnership Manager).


    We are very proud to announce that we have signed an agreement with Shamrock Rovers for the upcoming season. The agreement makes MASCOT the club’s new Principal Partner and front-of-shirt sponsor of the men’s first team for 2023.


    MASCOT is delighted to have an agreement with a historical and professional team such as Shamrock Rovers:


    “Shamrock Rovers have a winning and professional culture and share many of the same values as we do at MASCOT. A partnership opportunity, with a club like Shamrock Rovers, is not something that becomes available very often. With a record 20 League of Ireland titles and 25 FAI cups, MASCOT is delighted to have agreed on a commercial deal that strongly benefits both parties”, says MASCOT’s CEO and Owner, Michael Grosbøl.


    Shamrock Rovers are equally as pleased with the agreement, which will bring together one of Europe’s leading workwear brands with Ireland’s most successful football club:


    Speaking about the partnership, Shamrock Rovers Chief Executive, Denis Donohoe said; ‘2023 is set to be another momentous year for the club and we are very happy that MASCOT will join us on that journey. From our first conversations with MASCOT, it has been clear that we share values and a view of the type of partnership we are both seeking. I look forward to a close cooperation throughout the year.’


    About Shamrock Rovers

    Shamrock Rovers is the most successful club in the Republic of Ireland. With a record 20 League of Ireland titles, including four in a row from 1984-1987, and a record 25 FAI Cups, Rovers have also supplied more players to the Republic of Ireland national football team than any other club.


    Shamrock Rovers is a member-owned club run by a board of directors elected by and from its membership. The structure is members based, with director lead involvement in all decisions. This is very important to the club and is central to the philosophy of the club.