FFA received a boost today with one of Australia’s leading vitamin brands, Cenovis, forming a major partnership to support the Socceroos.
Football Federation Australia received a boost today with one of Australia-s leading vitamin brands, Cenovis, forming a major partnership to support the Socceroos as the official vitamin partner.
The partnership continues the recent surge in mainstream popularity football is enjoying and comes on the eve of Ange Postecoglou-s first match in charge when the Socceroos take on Costa Rica at Allianz Stadium on Tuesday 19 November.
“FFA welcomes Cenovis to the Football Family as a great partner of the Socceroos,” said FFA Chief Executive Officer David Gallop. “Both Cenovis and football have shared interests in promoting health and well-being within families and the community.
“The timing of this partnership comes as football is enjoying unprecedented popularity and is a sign of our presence in the mainstream of Australian society.”
The Cenovis corporate partnership will be supported by a dedicated television campaign, extensive digital activity and outdoor advertising. Cenovis and Brisbane-based Socceroo Matt McKay also teamed up for a special launch video. Watch it here.
Luke Fitzgerald, Director of Sanofi Consumer Healthcare, the makers of Cenovis said the partnership was the most exciting in the brand-s history.
“Cenovis has been supporting Australian families with great quality products for more than 70 years,” he said.
“Those same great products will now support the entire Socceroos family as they gear up for Brazil and beyond, and that-s something we are immensely proud of.
“We are also proud to be supporting the sport. Football is hugely popular with Australian families and is one of the fastest growing sports among youngsters nationwide.
“Our partnership with the Socceroos marks an ambitious direction for Cenovis that will cement the brand front and centre within the family vitamin segment.”
The partnership will see Cenovis customers and consumers offered exciting opportunities to support the Socceroos.
Upcoming Socceroos Match Details
Socceroos v Costa Rica Tuesday 19 November 2013 Allianz Stadium, Sydney, Australia Kick-off: 7.30pm AEDT
The match between the Socceroos and Costa Rica will be broadcast live and exclusive on FOX SPORTS.
GET YOUR DISCOUNTED TICKETS NOW!
Discounted tickets are on sale to Football Family members until 11pm Thursday, October 31. For full ticketing information, click here
Not a Football Family Member? Sign up here and get 10% off Socceroos v Costa Rica tickets.
Aussies Abroad: Rogic, Vukovic primed for big Europa League ties
Tom Rogic and Celtic will face traditional La Liga powerhouse Valencia while Danny Vukovic’s Gent take on Czech giants Slavia Prague after the draw for the UEFA Europa League Round of 32 was made on Tuesday morning (AEDT). Celtic scrapped through by the skin of their teeth, af
Aussies Abroad: Jeggo stars in Vienna derby, Ryan edged by Chelsea in Premier League
A clean sheet, a title race and a derby goal headlined an action-packed night for our overseas Australians. In Austria, James Jeggo opened his account for the season in Austria Wien’s 6-1 hammering of Rapid Wien in the Vienna derby. DEGENEK REFLECTS: Caltex Socceroos defend
Aussies Abroad: Luongo, Irvine help sides to important Championship wins
Massimo Luongo and Jackson Irvine both braved atrocious English weather to help steer their sides to Championship victories on Sunday morning (AEDT). And in warmer temperatures, Matt Jurman’s Al Ittihad broke through for their first win of the Saudi Arabia Pro League season at
Degenek not taking his foot off the gas
Twelve months ago, Caltex Socceroos defender Milos Degenek was playing in Japan — now, he’s tearing up Serbia’s SuperLiga, having been named in the league’s best eleven for the first half of the season. It’s a credit to Degenek, 24, who signed with Red Star Belgrade in July