Performance in a different league! STANLEY is proud to be the first ever jersey sponsor of FC Barcelona Femeni, a club that shares our passion for performance, innovation, equality, and inclusivity within sport.
Current champions in two leagues, we’re excited to join forces with such an ambitious and pioneering team, who through their own successes are inspiring up-and-coming female players to unlock their potential and realize their dreams.
This outstanding club has achieved an exceptional track record over recent years, including five Women’s League trophies, ten Catalan cup victories and seven Copa de la Reina titles.
STANLEY is proud to support FC Barcelona Men’s Team in our ongoing agreement as Official Tools Partner. With their extraordinary track record, we’re thrilled to continue this unique partnership with one of the most celebrated clubs in football history.
Very few clubs anywhere in the world have won as many titles as FC Barcelona, including four European Cup Championships and three FIFA Club World Cup titles. In addition, the club has achieved 26 La Liga titles, as well as 30 Copa Del Rey and five UEFA Champions League trophies.
Its home stadium, Camp Nou, has a seating capacity of 99,354, and is the largest in Europe. FC Barcelona is one of the most widely supported teams globally, with one of the greatest social media followings including more than 103M Facebook fan, 65M on Twitter, and 94M on Instagram.
STANLEY is proud to be both the Official Toolmaker of Joe Gibbs Racing® and an official sponsor of the No. 20 car, driven by Christopher Bell – unlocking the potential of the team and supporting their success throughout the season. In the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series, Bell finished with two top-five finishes, 7 top-10 finishes, and 18 laps led.
Nathalie McGloin is the first woman with a spinal cord injury to be granted a UK motor racing license, and the only female tetraplegic in the world to compete professionally. STANLEY is shrilled to support Nathalie and her charity, both dedicated to helping people with disabilities, giving them unique opportunities to advance their skills and proving that ‘anything is possible’.