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Shark Tank to be known as Kings Park again


Fans call Kings Park Stadium the 'Shark Tank'

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Article Published: Monday 18 February 2013


 The Sharks have revealed that their home stadium name sponsorship has not been renewed and the stadium will now be known as Kings Park again.

The Stadium had been known as Mr.Price Kings Park and will now be referred to as Kings Park.

The Sharks say that they are in talks with potential new sponsors and an agreement should be concluded in the not too distant future.

While the stadium name sponsorship has fallen away the team will still be sponsored by Mr.Price.

The Sharks CEO, Brian van Zyl says, "I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr Price for their contribution to The Sharks as naming rights sponsor over the past two years and for restoring the name Kings Park, which means so much to our fans. "

"A new sponsor is currently being finalised and we will inform all stakeholders once a deal has been concluded".

The Sharks play their first home Super Rugby match at Kings Park this season on the 2nd of March against the Stormers.

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