Western Sydney Wanderers and Herbalife – a premier health and wellness company – have extended their long-term deal to a three-year partnership extension.
Herbalife first joined the Wanderers back in 2014 with last season marking the 10th year of the health and wellness company being the club’s official nutrition partner.
With this partnership, Herbalife has continually supported the team’s performance through their nutrition regime, and hosted programs and activities.
In the next three years, Herbalife have said they are committed to fuelling the club’s elite athletes with nutrition products for their pre-match, during and post-match routines as well as educating them on how to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle. The company is also further increasing their support to the club’s women’s programs with funding and extra help in a bid to grow the women’s game.
Herbalife are a global health and wellness community that has been running for over 40 years. The company values people living their best life and in more than 90 countries, they’ve empowered millions of people to make real changes to their lives with their science-backed products and coaching support system.
Western Sydney Wanderers CEO Scott Hudson mentioned the unwavering support and loyalty that Herbalife have given to the club.
“We are delighted that Herbalife has committed to an additional three seasons of support of our club as well as elevating our partnership to include additional support to our Liberty A-League Women’s team,” Hudson said in a club statement.
“Having worked closely with the company over a number of seasons, we are excited to continue to have a positive impact on our football teams, members and fans through this partnership.”
General Manager and Director for Herbalife Australia and New Zealand, Peter Hurley, expressed his pride in supporting the Wanderers and the women’s team in particular.
“We are proud to continue our relationship with Western Sydney Wanderers FC and particularly excited to increase our support to the Liberty A-League Women,” Hurley said in a statement.
“This partnership, as well as all of our global sporting partnerships, demonstrate our commitment to promoting a healthy, active lifestyle, supported by good nutrition.
“We will continue to support the Wanderers performance both on and off the field with our sports nutrition and supplement range to fuel their training and games.
“In addition to helping active people and athletes achieve their goals through our expertise in sports nutrition, we are also focused on improving the health and wellness of all Australians with our science-based nutrition products and programs.”
This partnership has been very fruitful for the Wanderers over the past 10 years and both parties will now be shifting more attention towards the women’s team whilst still providing a great fitness service to the players and staff.