NEW YORK, Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Ernst & Young LLP today announced an agreement with MetLife Stadium, home of the New York Football Giants and New York Jets, to sponsor the EY Coaches Club. The EY Coaches Club is a premium luxury space between the Jets and the Giants locker rooms, which offers exclusive access to field level views, a private on-field deck just five yards behind the home team bench, and unique post game opportunities. The EY purpose of building a better working world will be showcased through this sponsorship with a high-impact campaign focused on asking better questions.
"With a culture of global teaming and a focus on building a better working world, EY is an ideal partner for us," said John Mara, President and CEO of the New York Football Giants. "Its belief that the highest-performing teams bring together diverse individuals under inclusive leadership aligns with our own values." "MetLife Stadium continues to set the standard for providing every visitor with a premier fan experience," said Woody Johnson, Chairman and CEO of the New York Jets. "We are thrilled to team with an organization like EY, which has deeply rooted values centered on integrity, respect and teaming, and a strong sense of obligation to deliver excellence in everything they do." The agreement marks Ernst & Young LLP as the exclusive sponsor from the Professional Business and Accounting Services category, and reflects a strong commitment by the teams to engage like-minded organizations to deliver quality and excellence. "EY is thrilled to team with the Jets and Giants to further customize the fan experience in the EY Coaches Club at MetLife Stadium," said Michael Inserra, EY Americas Deputy Managing Partner. "Both of these teams are fiercely competitive and have spirited, loyal fans supporting them. We are honored to work with these teams to create an exceptional fan experience. Much like both teams, EY is heavily invested in coaching to develop the capabilities of its people and produce excellent results." On game days, fans will see messages supporting these values and EY's focus on building a better working world on the in-bowl LED signage, and the firm's support on the HDTVs throughout the stadium.