The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has signed-up Rubicon as a sponsor and extended a deal with Kia Motors.
Rubicon has agreed to a three year deal and will become the official soft drink of England's cricket teams.
This includes the men's, women's and disability squads across all formats of the game.
The drink firm has already enjoyed a presence at men's and women's international matches this summer and will now cover all England teams home and away until the spring of 2020.
Kia has signed on to continue as the official partner of the women's team for a further two years.
The car giant's sponsorship of the Women's Super League will also continue for the same period.
ECB commercial director Sanjay Patel said: "The announcement of two new sponsorship deals reflects the strong interest in partnering with our successful England teams and the wider domestic and recreational game.
"Kia broke new ground three years ago by becoming the first stand-alone sponsor of the England women's team and will continue to play an all-important role in driving awareness and interest in both the team and the Kia Super League.
"We're also pleased to welcome Rubicon into our commercial family once again - extending and enhancing a relationship with cricket which first began seven years ago.
"It's great to see commercial partners excited about the successes of our national teams as well as ECB's broader plans to grow the game at every level."