Football South Australia has today announced a landmark multi-year partnership with Go Sunny Solar, one of the largest solar and energy providers in the nation. This landmark deal adds a naming rights partner to the WNPL and provides a foundation for the sustainability of the women’s game.
As Official Solar Partner to Football SA, Go Sunny Solar has naming rights to the WNPL and throughout the partnership will use its network to deliver innovative experiences using cutting-edge technology to the South Australian football community.
Michael Carter, Football SA Chief Executive Officer, said:
“We are delighted to welcome Go Sunny Solar to the football family. To secure Go Sunny Solar as the Women’s National Premier League naming rights partner a week out from season commencement is a great outcome for the game. Women’s football will be in the spotlight as the best players in the world prepare to visit our great state in July for the FIFA Women’s World Cup.”
Go Sunny Solar Managing Director Dejan Nikolic mirrored Carter’s sentiments:
“The partnership between Football South Australia and Go Sunny Solar was a simple decision after seeing how the two brands' core values align. The reinvestment into the development of youth and women's sports in South Australia in my eyes is the key to growing the sport. With the FIFA Women's World Cup coming to Australia this year, it is another huge milestone in women's football.
My father Steve, who is a life member of Football South Australia, was and still is a huge inspiration growing up, seeing how much he has given to the sport over the last 50 years. I'm extremely proud that I can contribute to the growth in my own way and even more excited to see how the WNPL evolves even further over the next few years with the ongoing support from Go Sunny Solar.“
The partnership builds on Football SA’s long-term commitment to harness the growth of women’s football; ensuring the benefits of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup endure beyond the competition alone.
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