Australian foreign exchange (forex) broker, AETOS Capital Group, announced on the weekend that it had renewed its partnership with Sydney FC, which will see the company support the team for a third consecutive AFC Champions League campaign.
Under the renewed agreement, the FX broker will remain as the football club’s Principal Partner; therefore, the broker’s logo will be on the front of the club’s home and away kits during the FC Champions League 2020 tournament.
The tournament begins this Wednesday, with the first match to take place in Japan against J-League Champions Yokohama F. Marinos. The Sydney team have been drawn in Group H and will be facing the Champions of Japan in Yokohama F. Marinos and the Champions of Korea in Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors.
AETOS has supported Sydney FC, otherwise known as the Sky Blues, since their AFC Champions League 2018 campaign, as Finance Magnates reported. During this time, the deal has largely remained the same, with the broker’s logo being on the front of the jerseys.
Agreement further consolidates AETOS influence in APAC
According to the statement from the company, the partnership will further consolidate both AETOS’ and the club’s influence in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.
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The Chairman of Sydney FC, Scott Barlow, commented on the partnership renewal in the statement: “We are delighted to be renewing our partnership with AETOS for a third consecutive AFC Champions League campaign.”
“We have built an incredibly strong relationship with AETOS and the continuation of our sponsorship is proof of the mutual trust and understanding between our two organisations. It is further evidence of the strong and healthy long-term commercial network we have at Sydney FC.”
Senior Vice President Councillor Mike Thomas from AETOS Capital Group added: “AETOS is proud to be continuing as the Principal Partner of Sydney FC for a third successive AFC Champions League tournament.”
“We have an extremely healthy partnership with Australia’s number one football club and we are heavily committed in our support of the Sky Blues on their 2020 campaign in Asia,” he continued.
“We wish Sydney FC’s players and staff well in their quest and are looking forward to seeing more Sky Blue success.”