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Sydney FC Extend Partnership with Smeg Until 2024

Sydney FC Extend Partnership with Smeg Until 2024

Sydney FC has announced a two-year partnership renewal with appliance manufacturer, Smeg, with the partnership that began in 2021 continuing until the end of 2024.

One of the key highlights of the partnership extension is the opening of Sky Park, Sydney FC’s new Centre of Excellence later this year, where the state-of-the-art facility will feature a number of Smeg’s domestic and professional food service appliances, showcasing the company’s total kitchen solutions.

Commenting on the partnership, Sydney FC CEO, Adam Santo, said: “Smeg and Sydney FC’s family values and teamwork are at the forefront of why our partnership has been so successful over the past two seasons and we couldn’t be happier to be continuing the relationship.”

“Smeg are a premium brand with whom we are very much aligned and are a very popular member of our Sydney FC corporate family,” he said.

Smeg Australia managing director, Wayne Campbell, added: “I’m excited to continue to strengthen our bond with Members and fans as we enter a very exciting period in the club’s history with the re-opening of Allianz Stadium and impending launch of Sky Park, Sydney FC’s world-class Centre of Excellence.”

“The Sky Park precinct will showcase Smeg’s total kitchen solution, from award-winning small appliances to major domestic cooking, dishwashing and refrigeration collections.

“The professional kitchen will also feature Smeg’s total foodservice solution, offering cooking, washing and blast chilling appliances,” he said.

Smeg will also continue to enjoy a range of benefits at Sydney FC’s home games and will feature in a social media series with players including Andrew Redmayne, Adam Le Fondre, and Taylor Ray creating in the Smeg kitchen.

The announcement comes after Sydney FC upgraded their partnership with Carbiz last week.

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