Western Sydney Wanderers and Turner Freeman Lawyers have extended their partnership to last for the next three A-Leagues seasons.
As a long-term partner for the Wanderers dating back to its humble beginnings of 2013, Turner Freeman Lawyers remain as the Official Legal Partner as was backed with the achievement of gaining co-major status at the start of last season.
Turner Freeman Lawyers will continue to be on the front of the club’s away and third jersey, as well as their usual engagement with members and fans on match day through activations and signage.
Western Sydney Wanderers CEO Scott Hudson was proud to be continuing the longstanding relationship with Turner Freeman Lawyers.
“We are very proud as a club to have developed a long-term relationship with the Partners of the Firm and are very excited to see what the partnership brings over the next three years,” Hudson said in a statement.
“Turner Freeman Lawyers have shown unwavering support for not only our club, but the Western Sydney region, and we would like to thank them for their ongoing loyalty and passion.”
Turner Freeman Lawyers Managing Partner Armando Gardiman was looking forward to continuing the successful partnership with the club.
“We are thrilled to extend our tenure as Co-Major partner with the Western Sydney Wanderers which will take the partnership between Turner Freeman Lawyers and the Wanderers beyond 12 years,” Gardiman added via press release.
“As avid football fans and members of the local community, we chose to join the Wanderers on their journey and haven’t looked back.
“As one of the first specialist compensation law firms in Western Sydney, we have a deep understanding of the people in this community and the issues that they face. Our determination and focus on achieving results for our clients is what drives us and sets us apart.
“We are proud to be the Wanderers Official Legal Partner and Co-Major partner, and are very much looking forward to continuing to work with Scott (Hudson) and the team at the Wanderers to continue this successful and longstanding relationship.”
The Wanderers’ opening game of the A-Leagues season takes place against Perth Glory on Sunday October 9 at CommBank Stadium.