Teka, nuevo patrocinador del Real Madrid de Baloncesto

Teka will sponsor Real Madrid basketball for the next three seasons


NEWS | 01/07/2014

“It has been one of the leading sponsors and in eight years we won 15 titles", said Florentino Pérez at the presentation of the agreement.
The presentation of the agreement by means of which Teka has become the sponsor of Real Madrid basketball for the next three years took place in the President’s Box at the Santiago Bernabéu this afternoon. "Throughout our history Teka has been one of the leading sponsors and we have gone through great joy and won 15 titles in those eight years”, stated Florentino Pérez.

“In football, two European Cups, an intercontinental cup, three league titles, one Copa del Rey and two Copa de Españas; and in the basketball, one European Cup, one Saporta Cup, three leagues and one Copa del Rey. It is a company that for 8 years, from 1993 until 2001, was closely tied to Real Madrid and shared in its titles and records”.

Second period
“This event has very special connotations. Today, Real Madrid has reunited its name with a multinational company that is committed to this club and that formed a part of our history several years ago. It is a company that is perfectly familiar with the values, demands and dreams of this club”.

Today we start on a road that will make the basketball team more solid for the next three years.

"The first step of the new season starts here with this partnership. We desire the ninth European Cup, we want nine titles and to be able to return the affection our supporters give us”, concluded Real Madrid’s president.

Baldasano: "We hope to achieve the same success"
Arturo Baldasano, president of Teka, then took the floor, stating: “We hope that in this second period Real Madrid basketball achieves as much success as in the first one. Teka is a leading brand and that is why we would like to sponsor Real Madrid. We have added a new element that sets this apart, which is the sponsorship of the basketball team".

The presentation was also attended by Juan Carlos Sánchez-Lázaro, the director of basketball; Alberto Herreros, technical director, and ex-players Emiliano Rodríguez, Clifford Luyk, Sevillano and Jose Luis Llorente.