NOVA Employment to support Wanderers All Abilities Programs

Western Sydney Wanderers FC have today confirmed that NOVA Employment will be the new front-of-shirt partner for the club’s Powerchair Team as well as support the club’s All Abilities Cup and Football Inclusion Programs running at several Western Sydney schools.

The partnership with the club’s Powerchair team will see NOVA Employment on the Red & Black’s Powerchair Teams jersey for the next two seasons with the Wanderers among one of the first A-Leagues clubs to be officially associated with a Powerchair Football Team.

NOVA Employment will also extend their support to the club’s FREE Football Inclusion Program which is a year-round program designed to encourage participants aged to get involved with football and feel part of a team.

Whilst at Wanderers Football Park, NOVA Employment will proudly sponsor the All Abilities Cup, a new annual football tournament set to be held at the Wanderers Fives later this year.

Western Sydney Wanderers CEO Scott Hudson thanked NOVA Employment for their support.

“Martin and his team at NOVA Employment have been fantastic supporters of our football club and it is now wonderful to see this support extend to our Powerchair Team and community football programs,” said Hudson.

“Football is for everyone, and we are grateful to have NOVA Employment’s support in ensuring that we can continue to run inclusive events and programs for the wider Western Sydney community.”

NOVA Employment CEO Martin Wren spoke about the benefits of sport being accessible to all.

“NOVA Employment is very proud to be supporting the Wanderers Powerchair Team,” said Wren.

“Playing team sports helps create rounded out lives, builds skills and makes for lasting friendships – all great qualities for gaining and keeping work.”