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Top A-Leagues Commercial Partnerships: Sydney FC, Central Coast Mariners, More

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Top A-Leagues Commercial Partnerships: Sydney FC, Central Coast Mariners, More

With the 2021/22 A-Leagues seasons well underway, here are the latest commercial partnerships from all the clubs in the competitions.

Sydney FC:

Sydney FC have announced GoTo, a Sydney based communications company, as their communications partner.

Part of the deal means GoTo will install a new phone system for the club as they move into Sky Park and the new Sydney Football Stadium.

Commenting on the deal, Sydney FC chief executive officer, Danny Townsend, said: “GoTo’s comprehensive portfolio of IT tools, including GoTo Connect and GoTo Resolve, will give us the perfect platform to succeed in the next stage of our club’s growth.”

“It’s a huge year ahead and this GoTo partnership will enable our employees to work effectively and efficiently as we transition into two phenomenal pieces of infrastructure for Sydney FC.

“The way we communicate is more critical this year than ever before and I’m looking forward to a healthy partnership which provides mutually beneficial for both GoTo and our club,” he said.

Central Coast Mariners:

The Central Coast Mariners and Mid-Western Regional Council have announced an extension to their relationship.

The partnership will see the Mariners return to Glen Willow Stadium and host the Macarthur Bulls in their round 19 clash.

Commenting on the club’s commitment to the region and football, Central Coast Mariners chief executive officer, Shaun Mielekamp, said: “It is so exciting for us to be able to return to Mudgee, this time with a fully-fledged A-League match.”

“Our previous visit last year for the FFA cup was so welcoming and with the tremendous facilities, it was impossible for us to ignore returning as quickly as possible.

“We made a commitment to ensure that a trip to Glen Willow Stadium is not a one-off and we hope that everyone can see there is a real commitment by the Central Coast Mariners for a long-term association with the region, to play our part in helping football and all sports grow in Mudgee.

“Plus, if we can help provide a strong boost to the Mudgee economy and the community, we will do everything that we can to return to this thriving regional city,” he said.

Western Sydney Wanderers:

The Western Sydney Wanderers have announced a partnership with Abal Banking until the end of 2022.

The deal will see the financial institution become the presenting partner of the Wanderers School Cup, the competition will feature over 150 teams from the Western Sydney region and will kick off in term 2, with the finals being held later in the year.

Commenting on the deal, Western Sydney Wanderers CEO, John Tsatsimas, said: “We are delighted to have Abal Banking’s support in our community space where we endeavour to make football more accessible and a positive focus for our community.”

“The Wanderers Schools Cup tournament has grown significantly over the years and this year we are expecting a record-breaking turnout of participants, schools, and teams after the two years of disruption to schools and our young people.

“We would like to thank Abal Banking for their support of our community program and look forward to a great partnership in 2022,” he said.

To read the previous edition of the top commercial partnerships from across the A-Leagues, click here.

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