Komatsu sign two-year partnership extension

Western Sydney Wanderers FC have confirmed the two-year partnership extension of Komatsu which will see the continuation of their support of the Wanderers Liberty A-Leagues team until 2026.

Komatsu will continue their support of the Red & Black through retaining their position on the right sleeve of the Wanderers Liberty A-Leagues home, away and third jersey.

The Global Manufacturing and Technological Innovator will also continue their support of a number of female-focussed run by the Wanderers in the Western Sydney community space.

Western Sydney Wanderers CEO Scott Hudson praised the partnership extension.

“We are delighted to be continuing our fruitful relationship with Komatsu after a successful first two years,” said Hudson.

“Like the Wanderers, Komatsu, are based in Western Sydney and we look forward to working closely with them over the next two seasons to continue to support our Women’s programs.”

Komastu’s Sean Taylor, Managing Director and CEO said he was very proud to be continuing the relationship with the Wanderers.

“Our partnership with the Wanderers represents more than just a name on the sleeve. A big focus for us at Komatsu has always been furthering diversity and inclusion, both in the workplace and the industry, and this sponsorship is a way for us to align ourselves with a strong sporting brand that also supports a diverse and inclusive workplace and allows us to shine a light on the diverse career opportunities available in mining and construction,” Sean says.

“Women’s sport, and football in particular, at the moment is receiving the recognition it deserves, thanks to the FIFA Women’s World Cup on our shores and the Matildas continuing to be a dominant force. We’re looking forward to supporting the sport through the partnership with the Wanderers Women’s team.

“I’m excited to see what the next two years will bring for us and the Wanderers and wish them all the luck in the start of the new season.”