New sponsors KFC and Motorola join Panthers

Panthers partners with KFC

Panthers Media | 7 March 2022

Penrith Panthers is delighted to announce KFC has signed on as the club’s official quick service restaurant partner for the next two seasons.

The major partnership will see the KFC logo displayed on the Panthers playing shorts until at least the end of 2023.

“It’s fantastic to welcome KFC to the Panthers corporate network,” Panthers Group CEO Brian Fletcher said.

"To have another iconic, global brand join forces with our club is further endorsement of what we have worked so hard to build here in Penrith.

“We look forward to working closely with KFC over the next couple of years to deliver some great value offers to the Panthers family.”
Kristy Woolrych, Chief Marketing Officer KFC Australia, said the restaurant chain was excited by the opportunity to engage with Panthers members and fans.

“KFC has always been a big supporter of footy and we are thrilled to be an official sponsor of the Panthers for the next two years,” she said.

"The club is renowned for its passionate, loyal and ever-growing fanbase, as well as its outstanding work within the community.

"With the Panthers coming off a stellar 2021 season and lifting the silverware for the first time since 2003, fingers crossed they can go back-to-back.

“Did someone say KFC and the reigning premiers?”


Panthers partners with Motorola

Panthers Media | 2 March 2022

Penrith Panthers is delighted to announce that Motorola Mobility has signed on as the club’s official smartphone partner.

Panthers is the first Australian sporting franchise to team up with the global telecommunications company, which already enjoys successful partnerships with iconic NBA franchises Milwaukee Bucks and Indiana Pacers.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Motorola to the Panthers corporate network,” Panthers Group CEO Brian Fletcher said.

“It is a fantastic endorsement of our club to have the support of a globally recognised and respected brand like Motorola.

“Like Panthers, Motorola is relentless in its pursuit of excellence and we’re looking forward to sharing their innovative products with our members and fans.”

Since 1928 Motorola has been designing, creating and delivering purposeful innovations that transform the way people connect with the world around them.

Motorola will use the Panthers partnership to engage with members and fans across the club’s digital channels and in-person at BlueBet Stadium, with a number of exciting initiatives and giveaways planned for 2022.

“Motorola Australia is very excited to be partnering with such an iconic club as the Penrith Panthers, following the tremendous 2021 premiership win and during a period of unprecedented growth of Motorola in Australia,” Head of Motorola Australia and New Zealand Kurt Bonnici said.

“Both Motorola and Penrith Panthers are renowned as leaders in their respective fields and have both played an integral part in Australians’ lives throughout the decades.

“We couldn’t think of a better club to support and look forward to introducing the Panthers fanbase to some of Motorola’s latest smartphone innovations as we enter the 2022 season.”


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Got to say the club is really capitalising with the premiership success

“Make hay while the sun shines.”

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Anybody say KFC? :rofl:

Must say I am really enjoying the sun today after the gloomy dark flooding over the last 2 weeks

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Instead of national companies, they have attracted two multinational companies. Marketing must be doing something good!


Get a KFC outlet in the ground, zinger burgers with New, better than paying $5.30 for a Garlo’s sausage Roll and $7.30 for a large chips :face_with_symbols_over_mouth:

Highway friggen robbery - Lucky I got the footy double up (spent $5) to ease the pain

At least the beer prices have stayed the same, $7 a cup of New.