Western United have confirmed Probuild, one of Australia's largest construction companies, will be the club's inaugural major sponsor.
Probuild will proudly support United as both its foundation partner and stadium construction partner.
The partnership will see the Probuild logo appear on the club's kits, as well as on the apparel of staff and coaches.
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Western United CEO, Maurice Bisetto, said the Hyundai A-League's newest competitors are thrilled to welcome the Tier 1 construction company on board.
“Probuild is an incredibly respected business across Australia, and we are honoured to be working with them in what is an exciting time for our club leading into the beginning of our inaugural season," he said.
“Its company ethos aligns closely with what our club stands for, with both organisations striving for the highest quality and success in everything we do.
Probuild are one of the nation's leaders in constructing high quality and technical projects, and will build the club's Wyndham Stadium and precinct.
Probuild Construction Director, Andrew Zinni said: "As supporters of Western United football club ourselves, a relationship with Western United felt like the perfect fit.
“It’s rare that there’s an opportunity to help build a club from the ground up, and that happens to be what we do best. We’re really looking forward to starting this exciting, new journey with an equally exciting, new club.
“We can’t wait to begin construction on the brand-new purpose-built, state-of-the-art football stadium. As a former Socceroo, this project combines my two passions; construction and football."
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