AAMI Park: The home of the Melbourne Rebels for a further five years

Wed, 24/11/2021, 08:48 am
Rebels Media
by Rebels Media
AAMI has extended its naming rights of Melbourne’s iconic Rectangular Stadium ( Pic: Getty images).
AAMI has extended its naming rights of Melbourne’s iconic Rectangular Stadium ( Pic: Getty images).

Melbourne & Olympic Park CEO John Harnden AM has today confirmed Insurance group AAMI has extended its naming rights of Melbourne’s iconic Rectangular Stadium for a further five years.

AAMI was the inaugural naming rights sponsor of the 30,000-seat stadium from when it opened in May 2010 and will now continue that partnership until at least 2026.

Melbourne’s purpose-built home for rugby union will host its first Super Rugby match in 288 days when the hometown Rebels clash with the Brumbies on Sunday, February 27 at 4 pm, in Round 2 of the Super Rugby Pacific season.

The Rebels’ clash will be part of a historic Super Round, which will see all 12 competing teams travel to Melbourne for an enthralling 3 days of world class rugby.

Over the 15 week regular season, the Rebels will play at AAMI Park seven times – the most since 2019.

Melbourne & Olympic Parks CEO John Harnden AM, reflected on the long-term commitment from AAMI.

“Since 2010, AAMI Park has become one of Australia’s most loved and renowned sporting and entertainment venues,” he said.

“With the support of AAMI, AAMI Park continues to be a prominent brand and venue on our Precinct.

“The Trust is pleased to continue our strong partnership with AAMI and look forward to creating many more memorable moments at the stadium together.”

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