The Vegas Golden Knights have formed a multi-year jersey entitlement partnership with Circa Las Vegas for the National Hockey League (NHL) team’s jerseys worn during games played at their T-Mobile Arena.
The home jersey patch is set to begin to be worn from the start of the 2022-23 season, whilst the collaboration also marks the organisation’s first official jersey entitlement partnership.
“We are proud to continue our work with Circa Las Vegas through our first-ever jersey entitlement partnership,” stated Golden Knights President, Kerry Bubolz.
“Circa Las Vegas and the Vegas Golden Knights both recognise the tradition within our historic community while also contributing an integral role in the growth of our beloved sports and entertainment industry.”
The team currently stands fourth in the Pacific Division after most recently defeating the Washington Capitals 4-3, set to face Dallas Stars for their next match.
On the partnership, Derek Stevens, CEO Circa Sports, added: “From the very beginning, I have been an avid supporter of the Vegas Golden Knights. The D was one of the team’s very first sponsors, and today, I couldn’t be happier to share that for the next five years, Circa Sports will be the official sponsor of the team’s home jersey patch.
“Anyone who’s walked through Circa’s doors knows we’re passionate about sports, and I take great pride in connecting the Circa Sports brand with the first Vegas Born team in the ever-growing sports city of Las Vegas.”
Last year, the Knights became the first NHL franchise to pen a deal with a Mexican sponsor in a deal with sportsbook platform, Upick. This saw the Mexican brand appear on the NHL team’s website, app and on social networks.
The bookmaker, which belongs to the conglomerate Xoy Capital, now also has a presence at the team’s arena, on the stadium’s central screen.