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Adelaide United Signs New Three-Year IT Deal Ahead Of FFA Cup Campaign

Adelaide United Signs New Three-Year IT Deal Ahead Of FFA Cup Campaign

The Hyundai A-League’s Adelaide United has signed a three-year partnership with IT specialists, Comwire IT and will join a number of other high-profile sporting clubs in the process.

The new partnership will see Comwire IT become Adelaide United’s official Coaches’ Partner, as well as the club’s front of shirt partner for its upcoming FFA Cup campaign.

A local South Australian company, Comwire IT also supports a number of other high-level professional sporting organisations including Port Adelaide Football Club, Melbourne Storm, Richmond Football Club, and the Adelaide Strikers.

Speaking about the new partnership, Adelaide United’s Head of Commercial, Adam Thomson, said: “We are very excited to be partnering with Comwire IT for the next three seasons.

“Aligning ourselves with an Adelaide-based company like Comwire IT is another significant collaboration for our club.

“Comwire IT has grown within its marketplace to become one of the frontrunners in IT and communications support and solutions in South Australia with strong advancements interstate.

“Their continual growth is most evident in their partnerships with some of the country’s biggest sporting clubs and with our new integration, we are looking forward to a successful and cooperative affiliation.”

Director of Comwire IT, Mark Frahn, said: “We’re thrilled to be aligning Comwire IT with South Australia’s premier Hyundai A-League team, Adelaide United.

“Being a proud, South Australian business, we’re delighted to be offering our high-quality services to the club.”

Fellow Director of Comwire IT, Rob Librandi, said: “Joining forces with Adelaide United for the next three seasons is a very exciting venture for everyone involved.

“The team has had some great success in recent years and we’re looking forward to kicking many more goals with the Reds moving forward.”

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