Sydney FC and family-owned Australian property group, Billbergia have renewed their Liberty A-League and Academy partnership for the 2023-24 season.
The Billbergia logo will continue to be proudly worn on the sleeve of the Sky Blues A-Leagues Women’s jersey for a third consecutive year, as the squad go looking for a back-to-back double.
Billbergia will also feature on the shorts of Sydney FC’s successful Academy squads supporting the next generation of A-League stars.
The success of the FIFA Women’s World Cup and the increased interest in women’s football are big reasons for Billbergia to continue to want to support their women’s game.
They also want to ensure Australia’s best young footballers are given the chance to pursue professional careers in the game.
Sydney FC Chief Executive Officer Adam Santo said: “Billbergia are a very loyal and dependable partner for Sydney FC and they have been an excellent addition to our corporate family.
“We are looking forward to another great year with them on board.
“They are all about creating vibrant and resilient communities and this aligns with Sydney FC’s own vision and passion.”
Billbergia Managing Director and owner John Kinsella AM said: “Billbergia is once again proud to extend our sponsorship for the Sydney FC Women’s team and youth Academy as part of lifelong commitment to creating stronger communities.”
Sydney FC’s Championship winning squad were on hand at Allianz Stadium to help announce the partnership renewal ahead of tonight’s season opener against Western Sydney Wanderers.
The residential, commercial, retail and hospitality development company has 35 years of experience in creating communities in Sydney and Brisbane.
Sydney FC first signed a partnership with Billbergia ahead of the 2021-22 season when A-League Women’s players Charlotte McLean and Cortnee Vine scaled Billbergia’s Rhodes Central tower.