New partnership to bring organisations together
Canterbury League Club is excited to announce a new major partnership with Sydney Olympic Football Club (SOFC) for the 2020 NSW National Premier League Season.
Based at Belmore Sports Ground, Sydney Olympic FC was founded in 1957 and is one of the largest football clubs nationally with over 350 registered players coming from Belmore and surrounding areas. The teams range from Under 9’s to First Grade, training three times a week.
“We have 20 squads (11 male and 9 female) and we are one of only two football clubs in NSW that has a men’s and women’s football program in the top tier of the NSW National Premier League,” said John Boulous, CEO of Sydney Olympic Football Club.
The three-year partnership with SOFC will see all players wear their upcoming season jerseys branded with the Canterbury logo.
“Our relationship with Canterbury League Club and the Canterbury-Bankston Bulldogs has never been better and we are working very hard to continue to strengthen this partnership to deliver key participation initiatives, and positively impact the community,” said John.
“As a league club, we are constantly supporting the betterment of sport in the community and the fantastic benefits that team sport provides including health and regular exercise, developing teamwork and social skills, and making new friends. We are excited to work with SOFC and we look forward to growing our partnership over the next few years,” said George Coorey, Chairman of Canterbury League Club.