The Western Sydney Wanderers have just landed one of the most significant agreements in Australian women’s sport, signing a five-year deal with one of Australia’s leading commercial fit-out and construction companies, Intermain.
The landmark agreement will see Intermain become the club’s front of the shirt partner for the Westfield W-League team until at least 2024.
Western Sydney Wanderers CEO, John Tsatsimas, said he was proud the club was partnering with Intermain for the next five seasons.
“As a club, we are very proud to partner with Intermain as we have many shared values and beliefs, and truly believe in the future of our W-League team,” he said.
“The partnership extends beyond what our team do on the field with Intermain being fantastic champions for the Western Sydney community.
“We look forward to working with them over the next five years in supporting the growth and future of our W-League team.”
Intermain CEO, Andrew Johnson, said the decision to partner with the Wanderers came easily.
“We’re proud to be associated with the Wanderers W-League team, naturally we identified the unprecedented growth in interest and quality sportsmanship in the Westfield W-League and are thrilled to be able to invest in the further development of Western Sydney Wanderers.
“Intermain is very much looking forward to the Wanderers W-League partnership.
“Our decision was driven by the recognition of our shared values focused on quality, ambition and determination which the players of the W-League team embody,” Johnson said.
“Being a multi-skilled construction company with a strong and ever-growing presence in Western Sydney, we recognise the obvious link in supporting Wanderers, as one of the most respected teams in the Hyundai A-League and Westfield W-League.”
Intermain has delivered spaces for leading organisations such as Bunnings, Frasers, Centuria, Microsoft, Coca Cola, DHL, The GPT Group and NSW Government.