Durham’s ground will now be known as the Emirates Riverside after the club agreed a new seven-year contract with the Airline.
The new deal will see Emirates sponsor the north-east county until the end of the 2022 season.
Durham chief executive David Harker said: “We have enjoyed a fantastic partnership with Emirates over the past six years and are thrilled to be able to extend that to 2022.
“Emirates is a company that matches our ambitions and we look forward to working closely with them over the course of the deal.
“We’ve also taken the opportunity to rename our ground to Emirates Riverside and pay homage to the club’s fantastic legacy here at Chester-le-Street.”
— Durham Cricket Club (@DurhamCricket) February 23, 2016