Reigning A-League Champions and Premiers and recently crowned W-League Premiers Sydney FC have extended their Premium Partnership with Glad Group for a further two years.
Glad Group, who are one of Australia’s leading providers of Integrated Property Services, will continue to adorn the shirt sleeve of the Sky Blues’ A-League jerseys and be Technical Partner to both squads.
The Premium Partnership began in January this year with a view to continuing for a further two seasons at the end of the current campaign, however its success has led to both parties agreeing to sign early.
Sydney FC Chief Executive Officer Danny Townsend said: “We are delighted with our partnership with Glad Group and how well we’ve worked together.
“Glad Group have integrated into our Sky Blue family with ease and it makes huge sense to bring forward our planned extension.
“Our aligned values and strong community commitment, particularly towards women’s football and our W-League team, are key reasons why our relationship is flourishing, and I look forward to continuing this for many seasons ahead.”
Glad Group Founder and Managing Director Nick Iloski welcomed the Premium Partnership extension.
“Our partnership with Sydney FC has been an enjoyable one. It continues to thrive with a shared passion and commitment to the community,” he said.
“At Glad Group, our service motto is that we always act as ‘one team, one community’ – and this is fundamental to how we have approached our partnership with Sydney FC.
“It has been fantastic to see the time and effort Sydney FC invest in their corporate experience. This, and their high service philosophy has continually exceeded our expectations. I am proud to continue this partnership.
“On the field they have again shown to be sports leaders with the success of their young Westfield W-League squad in claiming the Premiers Plate last week.
“I wish Sydney FC the very best in Sunday’s Grand Final.”
Sydney FC’s Premium Partnership with Glad Group will continue through to the end of the A-League and Westfield W-League 2022-23 season when the club will have returned to its home ground, the newly re-built Sydney Football Stadium.