GIO has confirmed its support until 2026, after first partnering with in 2013.
GIO Executive General Manager Matt Pearson said the renewed naming rights of Canberra’s premier sporting venue demonstrates GIO’s ongoing commitment to the ACT community.
“We are incredibly proud to be extending our partnership with GIO Stadium. We’ve seen locals and visitors share many memorable moments at this iconic venue, and we look forward to more in the future,” Mr Pearson said.
We’ve seen locals and visitors share many memorable moments at this iconic venue, and we look forward to more in the future.
GIO Executive General Manager Matt Pearson
ACT Deputy Chief Minister Yvette Berry said she was delighted to further strengthen the partnership with GIO over the coming four years.
"GIO has been an integral part of the stadium’s journey over the past eight seasons, with around 224 games of rugby league and union played at the ground featuring our home teams the Canberra Raiders and Brumbies," Ms Berry said.
"GIO Stadium Canberra has also hosted many international sporting events, concerts and theatre experiences, along with local community events such as Stadium Golf, now in its third year.
"The extension of this partnership comes at an exciting time for Canberra’s sports lovers with the Brumbies and the Brumbies Super W teams both kicking off their seasons.
"The agreement with GIO will enable us to continue to showcase great sport and events at GIO Stadium Canberra."