THE WARWICK AGREES TO BANKSTOWN UNITED FC SPONSORSHIP DEAL
Bankstown United Football Club have signed a sponsorship deal with one of South Western Sydney’s newest family friendly venues, The Warwick located in Warwick Farm and are a part of the Oscars Hotel family.
The deal will see The Warwick logo on the sleeve of all players from its Skills Acquisition Program(SAP), National Premier League Youth (NPLY) and Men’s State League (MSL) on-field jerseys.
The agreement will allow the Club to invest more money into its development programs across the Bankstown Football community ensuring more people are playing football.
“We welcome the venue to our football family and thank them for their financial assistance. The Warwick is becoming well known in the local community and we look forward to working with them throughout the season.” said Bankstown United General Manager, Shane Merry.
The venue will host the upcoming Bankstown United FC season launch on Saturday 4 March and it will also provide a place where the Club can call home during the year and particularly after matches.
The Warwick General Manager Dimitri Karam said the Bankstown based Club was the perfect fit for his establishment
“We are proud to be associated with the Club. The Bankstown community is part of our target market so we’re hoping this agreement will build our brand in the area” he said
“We will be working closely with the Club in ensuring their members feel at home and will be assisting them on their events during the year”.
The Bankstown United FC season kicks off with the National Premier League Youth play on Saturday 11 March at their home ground, Jensen Park up against Hawkesbury City FC , whilst the SAP teams kick off their 2017 campaign against Fraser Park FC away. The Men’s State League a little later on Saturday 8 April when they play at home (Jensen Park) against Hurstville FC.
The Warwick General Manager Dimitri Karam (second from right) with Bankstown United FC SAP Technical Director Joshua Barrett, First Grade Head Coach Claudio Canosa and National Premier League Youth Technical Director, Darren Geany at the announcement of the new sponsorship deal. The Club presented the venue with it’s own Bankstown United FC jersey with the name “Warwick” on the back.