The company will become the "Primary Partner" of the Ireland women's team.
The FAI have announced a landmark partnership with broadcast company Sky.
The deal is reportedly worth a six-figure sum to the FAI and will see Sky become the standalone "Primary Partner" of the Republic of Ireland women's team.
The four-year deal will run for two major tournaments - the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand and the 2025 European Championship.
Irish boss Vera Pauw earlier named her squad for this month's home friendly match against Australia.
Kill's Hayley Nolan misses out through injury.
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