Hungry Jack's will resume as a sponsor of West Coast next season.
The fast food chain sponsored West Coast from their entry into the AFL in 1987 all the way through to 2011, with their logo present on the jumper in all three premierships.
West Coast chief executive Trevor Nisbett said the club was looking forward to starting up again.
“Hungry Jack’s and the West Coast Eagles are synonymous with a time which is rich in the club’s history and memorable to all West Australians. The entire club looks forward to a strong alliance and creating new memories with Hungry Jack’s,” he said
“For 25 years Hungry Jack’s was a major sponsor of the West Coast Eagles and a critical partner in the formative years, which saw the club become a force in Australian football.”
Hungry Jack's WA general manager said the two were thrilled to link up once again.
“Hungry Jack’s is constantly innovating and looking at new and better ways to connect with and serve the community and sees the partnership with the West Coast Eagles as an ideal platform to help achieve this," he said.
“We are proud to become a major sponsor of the West Coast Eagles at a time when Western Australia is experiencing tremendous growth, the Eagles are moving to new training premises and the new Perth Stadium, a world class venue, is on schedule to host AFL games in the 2018 season.
“We look forward to a successful and enjoyable partnership with the West Coast Eagles at the home of the Whopper in WA, where it all began."