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AIB are the new sponsor of the All-Ireland senior football championship

The bank has also extended its sponsorship of the club championships.

AIB are set to add the All-Ireland senior football championship to their long-time sponsorship of the club game.
AIB are set to add the All-Ireland senior football championship to their long-time sponsorship of the club game.
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Updated at 11.56am

AIB HAVE BEEN announced as the new sponsors of the All-Ireland senior football championships.

The bank, which has signed an initial three-year deal, will replace the GAA’s online streaming service GAAGo who stepped in for Ulster Bank for the 2014 championship.

The new agreement will link the club championships and the All-Ireland SFC under one sponsor for the first time in the history of the GAA.

AIB has also extended the current sponsorship of the club championships until the end of March 2018.

Commenting on the sponsorship, Uachtarán Cumann Luthchleas Gael, Liam O’Neill said:

“We are delighted to announce our new and extended partnership with AIB and we look forward to working with them over the next three years.

“Their work with and support of the AIB Club Championships over the last 23 years is one of the most successful partnerships in Irish sport and we are confident that the alliance will have a similar impact on the GAA Football Championship.”

AIB will join eircom and Super Valu in sponsoring the football championship.

Originally published at 8.36am.

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