Carabao has a three-year partnership with the Football League (Picture: AFP/Getty Images)

You may have noticed by now that the League/EFL Cup now goes by the name of the Carabao Cup.

Carabao is an energy drinks company and is the eighth business to sponsor the competition.

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Carabao Energy Drink is originally from Thailand and was launched in 2002 by Carabao Tawandang Co Ltd – it is Thailand’s second most…

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