Sydney FC Support Youth With Parkview Group

Sydney FC have renewed their partnership with Parkview Group for a further three years, the club confirmed today.

Parkview is an award winning property company committed to integrity, excellence and innovation and have been a long standing Partner of the Sky Blues.

The crux of Parkview’s deal is a shift to focus on the youth of Sydney FC, working with the club to help young people discover and fulfil their passion for football.

In renewing their deal, Parkview will appear on the sleeve of the Sky Blues’ Academy teams while a key factor in the deal will also see Parkview provide financial assistance to one boy per age group to help them achieve their goals of becoming the next Hyundai A-League star.

Sydney FC Chief Executive Officer Danny Townsend thanked Parkview for their continued support of the Sky Blues.

“Sydney FC’s Academy is the future of the club, and critical to our future successes,” Townsend said.

“In supporting our Academy Parkview are helping unearth and produce the next generation of Australia footballers, with rewards to be reaped in the years to come.

“Our Academy aims to help exceptional young people develop into exceptional adults and footballers with the goal of helping them fulfil their potential in the Sydney FC environment and we can’t do this alone.

“I’m thankful for Parkview’s continued support of the club and I look forward to working with them for the next three years.”

Executive Chairman of Parkview Group, Tony Touma, said he was looking forward to playing a part in developing the next generation of young Australian footballers.

“It is important to the team at Parkview that all young people are given the opportunity to achieve their best and fulfil their passion, but may be not have the means through financial disadvantag ” he said.

“We have chosen to partner with Sydney FC for another three years to do just this and we look forward to seeing these talented young people develop over time.”

Sydney FC’s Academy sides are next in action against Bonnyrigg White Eagles on Saturday 5 May at Valentine Sports Park