JD Sports sign on as Wanderers Co-Major

Western Sydney Wanderers are excited to announce JD Sports as the club’s co-major front of shirt partner for the Hyundai A-League 2018/19 season.

JD Sports, the undisputed ‘King of Trainers’, have quickly grown their partnership with the Wanderers commencing their involvement with the Red & Black at the sold-out 83,221 strong crowd for the Wanderers versus Arsenal game at ANZ Stadium in July 2017.
The partnership will see JD Sport’s iconic insignia on the front of the Wanderers Hyundai A-League 2018/19 Away and yet-to-be released 3rd kits.
A global brand quickly establishing an extensive retail footprint across Western Sydney, JD Sport adds another level to the Wanderers connection to the regions thriving youth demographic.


Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas said the evolution of the club’s partnership with JD Sports was a testament to our strong youth audience.

“JD Sports expansion into the Western Sydney market has been phenomenal and their place in youth sports culture is unquestionable,” said Tsatsimas.
“We are very excited to have JD Sports on our Away and highly anticipated new 3rd kit that we look forward to bringing to life with them and our foundation partner Nike very soon.”
Hilton Seskin, Head of JD Sports Australia said.
“We’ve established a significant footprint and customer base within Western Sydney, and the expanded Wanderers partnership reinforces our commitment to the local community,” said Seskin.  
“From our entry into the marketplace, the Wanderers have been a fantastic support in helping to authenticate the JD brand and we’re excited to keep working with the club at an elevated level.”
"To be front of shirt of the away and much anticipated 3rd kit for the 2018/19 season is a fantastic moment for JD and WSW to partner on and we can’t wait to bring it to life along with other exciting activations for the best fans in the A-League.
“This partnership follows the global strategy of aligning with football and gives us a true international footprint within the sport through multiple leagues."