The ability of sport to attract multi-million-dollar investments from sponsor brands continues apace. GlobalData’s The Business of the Serie A 2022-23 includes an in-depth view and detailed evaluation of AC Monza’s sponsor partners. Buy the report here.

The biggest single sponsorship investment in AC Monza for the 2022/23 season comes from Motorola, which is an agreement valued at $0.80m per year. However, sponsorship values vary greatly across the different levels of partnership opportunities offered by a rights-holder, all of which are detailed in the report, in addition to the revenues of the participating teams.

In total, AC Monza have sponsorship agreements with 48 brands in the 2022/23 season, with their top five partners accounting for 46% of the club’s total income from sponsorship.

According to GlobalData’s report, the highest-spending sponsor brands include Motorola, U-Power, Lotto Sport, Pontenossa and Dellorto, among others. The table below shows the top ten sponsors of AC Monza in the 2022/23 season.

Industrial goods & services & consumer goods industries have struck the most deals

The industrial goods & services industry is the most heavily represented, totaling nine agreements with AC Monza in 2022/23. This is followed by consumer goods, food, business & consumer services and clothing & accessories.

For a brand, understanding which competitors and other sectors are partnering with which sports teams, and identifying future opportunities, and crucially, at what cost, is key information for commercial strategy planning. Meanwhile, for a rights-holding team, knowing what sponsorship revenues competitor teams and competitor sports are generating from each brand / sector is critical for increasing and maximizing commercial revenues, including identifying portfolio gaps and opportunities.

For more detailed analysis of all sponsor partners of AC Monza, as well as those of all other Serie A clubs, buy the report here.


GlobalData, the leading provider of industry intelligence, provided the underlying data, research, and analysis used to produce this article. For more information about GlobalData’s Sport Intelligence Center please click here. 

The ‘Business of…’ series of reports from GlobalData’s Sport Intelligence Center provide an in-depth view on the commercial strategy of a particular sporting league or event. By providing a detailed evaluation of all aspects of the property’s commercial strategy, we can guide investor decisions and sponsorship/media strategies for any organization looking to understand, imitate or partner with sporting properties.