Sydney FC Secure Lucrative Major Partnership With Glad Group

A-League Champions and Premiers Sydney FC are continuing to make their mark commercially with the signing of a major partnership agreement with Glad Group.

As one of Australia’s leading providers of Integrated Property Services, Glad Group will proudly adorn the shirt sleeve of the Sky Blues’ A-League jerseys throughout season 2020-21.

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Glad Group will also become Sydney FC’s Technical Partner for the up-coming season meaning their logo will embellish all of the Sky Blues A-League and W-League coaching and high-performance staff’s match day kit.

Despite the uncertainty brought about by the coronavirus, the Sky Blues are continuing to be a force commercially with another strong addition to their corporate family.

Chief Executive Officer Danny Townsend said: “This is another great partnership for Sydney FC with a company who have an extensive presence across Australia.

“Glad Group share many of our key values and are a family-owned business.

“Much like ourselves they have a strong community commitment, including a mutual link through the Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation.

“We are very happy to be working with them for the long term.”

Glad Group Founder and Managing Director Nick Iloski welcomed the start of their partnership with Australia’s leading football club.

“Sydney FC set the standard both on and off the pitch,” he said.

“They are sports leaders and their success is built on a family culture and investment in their community.

“We are delighted to be aligning with a club who have the same values and we look forward to helping and sharing in our future successes.”

The deal between the two partners is for an initial first season with an option of a further two beyond that.

Glad Group join Sydney FC’s other long-term major partners ahead of season 2020-21, with the Sky Blues A-League squad going for an unprecedented third straight Championship and the Westfield W-League squad aiming to claim a record equalling fourth title.

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