Brisbane Lions Scores Major Sponsorship Deal With Chevron

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Following the move to its new home at the Brighton Arena in Springfield Central, the Brisbane Lions scored a major sponsorship deal with Caltex, the global brand owned by Chevron.



In announcing the partnership, star recruit Josh Dunkley surprised five drivers in January 2023 at Caltex’s new service station at Crestmead by giving away free fuel.

Mr Dunkley said it’s a special feeling to usher in a new era with the team as the major sponsor boards the club. The midfielder, who wears #5,  also said he’s looking forward to representing the Lions, Caltex, and all the other partners. 

“The boys are working hard this pre-season at our new facility (Brighton Homes Arena in Springfield Central) I can’t wait to take the field representing this great Club, Caltex and all of our partners.”  

“I am really focused on becoming a big game player for the Lions in 2023 and really add to the great list the Club has put together of experienced and emerging talent.”



In its agreement with the brand, Brisbane Lions will be sporting the Caltex logo on its home guernsey and the back of the Lions’ away guernsey, as well as on its official apparel. 

Brisbane Lions Chairman Andrew Wellington said that the deal comes at a “pivotal time for the club as they continue to evolve on and off the field.” On the other hand, Chevron Australia Downstream General Manager Lorne Chambers said they are looking forward to growing with the Lions and upholding an “exciting and successful relationship that brings together two great brands in the Lions and Caltex.”

Published 5 April 2023