Western Sydney Wanderers FC are delighted to announce the partnership extension of global giant, Mitsubishi Electric, for an additional three seasons, extending the partnership into its 12th year from the end of 2021/22 season.
Proud supporters of the Wanderers, Mitsubishi Electric will continue their placement on the ISUZU Ute A-League Men's side’s back-of-shirt and will now be extending their support to the A-League Women's team where they will feature on the front-of-shorts from this season.
Mitsubishi Electric are a recognised world leader in the manufacture, marketing and sales of electrical and electronic equipment used in information processing and communications, space development and satellite communications, consumer electronics, industrial technology, energy, transport and building equipment.
The company have been advocates of the Western Sydney community and over the last nine years have hosted free football clinics across the region as well as supported grassroots clubs. More recently, MitsubishiElectric donated to the grassroots club Lowlands Wanderers FC who were ravaged by the floods in the Hawkesbury region.
Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas said he was proud to continue the relationship with Mitsubishi Electric.
“The last nine years have seen us work closely with Mitsubishi Electric to give back to the Wanderers family and Western Sydney region with a number of community-driven and match-day initiatives,” said Tsatsimas.
“The Western Sydney community is very important to both organisations and the synergies in our values are what has made this partnership so vital for close to a decade now.
“We are excited and proud to now head into a new decade of partnership with Mitsubishi Electric and can’t wait to see what the next three years will bring.”
Mitsubishi Electric’s Managing Director Jeremy Needham said “We are very pleased to extend our ongoing sponsorship of the Western Sydney Wanderers and for the first time to include the A-League Women's team as part of this support”.
“Our company and employees are part of the Western Sydney community and the Wanderers have invested a tremendous amount to build up and lift the spirits of this region. We are proud to be a part of the Wanderers family.”