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BT secures naming rights to Murrayfield
ESPN Staff
May 28, 2014
The announcement of BT's sponsorship deal with Scottish rugby, Murrayfield, May 28, 2014
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As reported earlier this month, the Scottish board has announced that it has agreed a long-term sponsorship deal with BT which will include the naming rights for Murrayfield, branding of domestic league and cups, sponsorship of the Scotland Sevens side, as well as the country's academies.

The one that will make the most impact is the naming rights to the ground which will be officially referred to as the BT Murrayfield Stadium.

The exact amount of the deal has not been released - although it has been widely reported to be in the region of £20 million - nor has the duration of the sponsorship been specified.

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