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Adina Hotels Supports Hockey Australia

Adina Hotels and Hockey Australia

Adina Hotels Supports Hockey Australia

Hockey Australia now calls Adina Hotels a “home away from home”, in a new multi-year partnership with both the Hockeyroos and Koobaurras national teams. 

The agreement sees Adina Hotels become Hockey Australia’s exclusive accommodation partner, as they also become an official partner of the various suite of Australian Hockey Championships (U13, U15, U18, U21, Country Challenge, and men’s and women’s Masters Championships).

The Adina logo will feature on the back of the Kookaburras and Hockeyroos playing uniforms, supporting the teams as they play competitively in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, and Asia. 

Hockey Australia CEO, David Pryles, said: “To partner with Adina Hotels, a highly recognisable and respected brand in the accommodation industry that is based in multiple destinations around the country, is a tremendous outcome for hockey in Australia.”

“As our world-class national teams spend lengthy periods in locations whether on tour or in camp, having spacious, self-contained accommodation they can base themselves and feel comfortable in is vital which is something that Adina Hotels prides itself on.

“An association with our national championships will also provide a plethora of benefits for our participating teams and their families and friends in having a trusted accommodation provider.

“We look forward to a prosperous relationship with Adina Hotels over the next three years and thank them for the value they see in supporting Australian hockey,” said Pryles.

Adina hotels operate worldwide, located in Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Hungary, and Singapore.

TFE Hotels chief executive officer, Antony Ritc, said they are thrilled to support Hockey Australia on the world sporting stage.

“We are committed to bringing the Australian style of hospitality to the world and supporting Australian talent,” he said. 

“We couldn’t be prouder to literally back the Kookaburras and Hockeyroos in the lead up to the Commonwealth Games and beyond.”

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