MLS membership LAFC Lands file-Breaking $100 million percent naming rights with BMO

Months after lifting its first MLS Cup, the soccer club has won another great victory. On Thursday, the club announced it had reached a naming rights deal with big bank BMO

 A source familiar with the issue tells Forbes that the deal pays out $100 million over a period of 10 to 12 months. A 2d source showed it to be by far the largest

“They offer us games, we have more social media followers, we have a bigger impact,” says Bennett Rosenthal, LAFC principal managing owner

 “More impressions of what What we do on the field results in a tangible price tag for sponsors. Sponsors pay more for endorsements. That leads to more sales to reinvest in the membership

At BMO, LAFC offers an associate well-versed in global sports. The eighth largest bank in North America by use of assets, $1.14 trillion in total

Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Greenbacks of the NBA and CFL. Toronto Argonauts and Montreal Alouettes. It also has partnerships with MLS's Vancouver Whitecaps

It also marks the end of a surprisingly brief generation for LAFC, which has had the Banc of California calling its building since the club began play in 2018

 The bank then envisioned that it would generate approximately $87 million of pre-tax financial savings. The stadium call remained the same in the interim period.

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