Asahi Super Dry becomes Official Beer Partner of Melbourne City FC

Melbourne City FC can today announce an exciting new partnership with Asahi Super Dry, as the Club’s Official Beer Partner.

This new multi-year deal will put Melbourne City fans at the heart of the partnership with a strong presence at AAMI Park and through a series of giveaways and competitions.

The deal also sees Asahi Super Dry become the Official Beer Partner of three other City Football Group clubs; Manchester City, Yokohoma F. Marinos and Sichuan Juiniu.

The brand’s new moderation choice, Asahi Super Dry 3.5% will be available for purchase for not just all City home games, but a host of events at AAMI Park from the start of the 2022/23 season.

In conjunction with Asahi, we will soon be announcing some exciting campaigns where City fans will be able to win tickets, merchandise and premium stadium experiences.

Melbourne City CEO, Brad Rowse said: “We are really excited to be welcoming Asahi Super Dry as our new Official Beer Partner.

“Asahi is a premium product and perfectly complements our fans’ tastes and lifestyle. We have already started to work with the team at Asahi on how we can expand the traditional boundaries of sport sponsorship and deliver several exciting experiences for our fans.

“It is also encouraging to see Asahi Super Dry coming onboard with multiple clubs across City Football Group, allowing us to further showcase and build the strength of the brand around the world.”

Carlton & United Breweries CEO, Danny Celoni said: “We are excited to start giving Melbourne City fans a taste of modern Japan, and to be finding new and exciting ways to connect this sponsorship to our customers to ensure we continue to drive category expansion.

“Asahi Super Dry is Japan’s No.1 beer and is brewed with precision to the highest quality standards, under the supervision of Japanese master brewers.

“It is wonderful to partner with a club that shares our commitment to excellence. We are constantly innovating at Asahi Beverages and look forward to elevating the fan experience at Melbourne City.”