Perth Glory set for a clean sheet with Uniting Global

Perth Glory and Uniting Global

Perth Glory has announced an exciting new partnership with leading cleaning company Uniting Global.

Uniting Global is a Western Australia based cleaning service that was founded in 2018. As a brand, it specialises in providing top class commercial cleaning for customers in sectors ranging from local government to commercial and retail.

A unique aspect of Uniting Global is that it not only provides large-scale commercial services, but also boutique services for customers such as local shires and councils, and smaller owner operated businesses.

Uniting Global management has over 30 years of commercial cleaning experience and since its founding it now employs 80 skilled and experienced clears who work in Perth Metropolitan and the South-West region.

Their general cleaning services include:

  • Vacuuming, Dusting and wiping
  • Toilet cleaning
  • Washrooms cleaning
  • Computer room cleaning
  • Kitchen cleaning
  • Waste collection
  • Reception areas
  • Fridge & oven cleaning
  • Hard floor cleaning
  • Spring clean

As a part of the deal, Uniting Global branding will feature pitch side at all of Perth Glory’s men’s home games. The business will also receive corporate hospitality at Glory home games.

Unique to the deal will be the featuring of Uniting Global’s’ ‘clean sheet’ activation across all of Glory’s social media, something sure to boost brand awareness for the up-and-coming business.

Perth Glory CEO Anthony Radich expressed the delight of the club in such a strong signing for the 2023/24 season.

“Uniting Global’s enthusiastic support for the club is hugely appreciated and we are very proud to be partnered with a company whose dedication to excellence in its field and providing the very best service to its customers is second to none,” he said via press release.

“We look forward to working closely with them over the course of the season and further developing this partnership in the future.”

Uniting Global Director of Property Services, Chris Elliott, also expressed his company’s excitement in pairing with one of WA’s premier sporting clubs.

“Uniting Global is extremely proud to be a partner and avid supporter of Perth Glory and we look forward to continuing our support and growing this relationship over the coming years,” he said via press release.

“As a local leader in our field, we have similar goals and align our corporate objectives and strategic endeavours to ensure that our customers receive the best level of service, whilst maintaining their assets and keeping their guests and customers clean, comfortable and safe.”

This new deal is another great example of football clubs in Australia looking to engage with more unique forms of sponsorship. The ability for clubs to be commercial tactile when exploring sponsorship is a greatly way for the league to grow and ensure it is financial security into the future.

Graduates congratulated after completing FIFA Diploma in Club Management program

FIFA President Gianni Infantino has congratulated the 2024 graduates of the FIFA Diploma in Club Management course at FIFA headquarters, which include former Socceroo Tim Cahill and former Manchester City player Fernandinho.

Since its launch in 2021, the FIFA Diploma in Club Management has become a networking platform for senior club executives to share knowledge about the industry insights essential for successful football club management. The 18-month course is comprised of six-course models, each covering important topics and aspects of club management.

The topics which are covered in this course are leadership and management, sporting strategy and youth academies, marketing and communication, club operations and stadium management, governance and legal matters and finance.

Infantino spoke to the attendees of the graduation ceremony in Zurich, Switzerland:

“The course’s aim was to encourage knowledge and best practice exchange to be able to ensure football’s continued growth and health worldwide,” he said in a statement.

“You understand that club football is crucial for the development and the survival of football in all countries of the world.

“That is what we have to foster and what we have to work on, and to do this, you have to be well-equipped and well-prepared, and this is our aim at FIFA: to give you this preparation, to give you this equipment, to open the doors of FIFA here in Zurich and everywhere in the world.

“Our doors are open for you to come and exchange with us, and also to exchange between yourselves.”

The graduates of the second edition of the FIFA Diploma in Club Management started back in September 2022 in New York where they attended lectures given by the likes of FIFA Chief of Global Football Development Arsène Wenger and FIFA Chief Women’s Football Officer Sarai Berman and their final project of the course was a strategy plan which was presented before the graduation.

The third edition of the program began in May 2024 and is headed by FIFA Director of Professional Football Ornella Desirée Bellia. Some of the participants who are involved include former Juventus player Giorgio Chiellini and Como 1907 coach Cesc Fàbregas alongside club owners, CEO’s and sporting directors.

Soccerscene celebrates sixth-year anniversary

Soccerscene is celebrating its sixth anniversary as Australia’s business-to-business publication for the football community.

Since its inception, Soccerscene has committed to the highest standards of reporting on the most pressing topics surrounding the world of sports business. We have been the first port of call for potential buyers and sellers and deliver all the first-hand news – including interviews, discussions, product reviews, case studies and insight into all facets of the growing Australian and international football market.

Here at Soccerscene, we can’t celebrate six years without thanking all our readers, followers and the numerous industry and club communities for helping us along the way.

Special thanks goes to our major partners including Football Coaches Australia, Professional Footballers Australia and Box2Box – your constant support has been crucial to all we have achieved over these last six years.

Thank you to everyone and we are excited for the future years ahead in this constantly developing industry – from all us at Soccerscene.

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