Sydney FC and family-owned Australian property group, Billbergia have renewed their Liberty A-League and Sydney FC Academy partnership for one more year.
The renewal will continue to see the Billbergia logo adorn the sleeve of the Sky Blues A-Leagues Women’s jersey as well as the back of shorts on all Sydney FC Youth Academy playing kit.
Billbergia will use its new multi-million dollar Indoor Sports Centre in Camellia to host an event for young people featuring Sydney FC’s fan engagement teams.
The property group will also be the Presenting Partner of Sydney FC’s Women In Football Event ahead of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand.
Sydney FC Chief Executive Officer Adam Santo praised Billbergia’s re-signing.
“Billbergia have been an excellent addition to our group of corporate partners, and we are looking forward to another great year with them on board.
“Their key values of creating and inspiring communities align with Sydney FC’s own vision and we keen to continue helping each other realize these passions.
“It’s a successful relationship for the long-term.”
Billbergia Managing Director and owner John Kinsella AM said: “We’re thrilled to continue our partnership with Sydney FC Women & Youth Academy for 2023 in our shared mission to build community football by creating more opportunities for women and children to participate.
“We believe we can make a difference by investing in and supporting players across multiple sports, and across all ages and abilities.”
The residential, commercial, retail and hospitality development company has 35 years of experience in creating communities within Sydney and New South Wales, and renews the partnership it has held with the Sky Blues since 2021.
Sky Blues A-League Women’s players Charlotte McLean and Cortnee Vine scaled Billbergia’s Rhodes tower to help announce the partnership in 2021.