Football Queensland have announced a three-year extension of its partnership with sports apparel brand Kappa.
The international football kit provider will continue as Football Queensland’s official apparel partner, extending their commitment to the local game in the sunshine state.
“Football Queensland has established a strong relationship with Kappa over the last four years, and we’ve been extremely pleased with the productive partnership we’ve formed,” FQ CEO Robert Cavallucci said.
“Together we’ve been able to provide positive outcomes for football in Queensland, particularly for our referees across the state with the development of the first year referee uniform and Kappa teal shirt to support referees who are new to our game.
“Kappa has also produced quality on and off-field apparel for our state representative football and futsal teams since the partnership began, and we’re delighted that they will continue to do so for the next three years.
“Our relationship with Kappa goes beyond the high-quality garments produced. Over the past four years their team has consistently provided superb levels of customer service and they have never let us down; we didn’t hesitate when the opportunity to renew our partnership was presented.
“We’ve appreciated the support we’ve received from Kappa as we work to shape a bright future for football here in Queensland, and thank them for their continued investment in our beautiful game.”
Kappa Australia Director, Ze’ev Bogaty, believes the partnership has been extremely beneficial for both parties since it began in 2017.
“Kappa has thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to help grow the game of football in Queensland through our partnership and the excellent relationship we have established with the team at Football Queensland,” he said.
“FQ’s support and strong belief in our brand and product range has helped to forge a close working relationship and a long-lasting and true partnership.
“We look forward to continuing to work in partnership with Football Queensland to support the growth of the game across the next three years.”