Turner Freeman Lawyers are proud to announce as the Co-Major partner of the Western Sydney Wanderers FC for the upcoming A-League Men’s 2021/22 season.
Having been proud supporters of the Western Sydney Wanderers since 2013, Turner Freeman Lawyers are set to elevate their partnership with the club to be the new Co-Major partner for the A-League Men’s team alongside global topical relief brand Voltaren.
Turner Freeman Lawyers will this season be on the front of the club’s away and third jersey set to be launched this week and will continue engaging with Wanderers members and fans through exciting match day activations, numerous signage assets as well as sporting the club’s 30-page match day magazine “The Wanderer.”
Founded in 1952, Turner Freeman Lawyers are one of the largest law firms in the country with 21 office locations across four states.
Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas was proud to be continuing and elevating the club’s partnership with Turner Freeman Lawyers.
“Having known Armando (Armando Gardiman, Managing Partner of Turner Freeman Lawyers) and his team for close to ten years now, we are delighted to take the next steps with them as our Co-Major,” said Tsatsimas.
“Turner Freeman Lawyers are synonymous with the Wanderers match day experience and Western Sydney community, and we can’t wait to see where this major partnership takes us over the next season.
“We would like to thank Turner Freeman Lawyers for their support and look forward to a fruitful partnership in 2021/22.”
Managing Partner Armando Gardiman said he was proud to become the club’s Co-Major partner for the upcoming season.
“Turner Freeman is a proud law firm which has provided legal services to communities around Australia for almost 70 years,” said Gardiman.
“We are delighted to have been offered the opportunity to become the Co-Major partner of the Western Sydney Wanderers, a sports club which shares our ambition to help every day Australians and give back to our local community.
“This is a significant milestone in our relationship with the Western Sydney Wanderers. We have enjoyed our partnership with the Wanderers to date and are grateful that our many years of loyalty has been recognised by the Club.
“We wish the Club well in its aspiration to enjoy success on the park this season.”