Western Sydney Wanderers FC are proud to announce Voltaren as the club’s Co-Major Partner for the A-League 2020/21 season.
Australia’s leading topical pain relief brand will now feature on the front of the Red & Black’s A-League home jersey with the season kicking off on 27 December at Bankwest Stadium in a historic double header fixture.
The partnership will also see Voltaren directly connect with the Wanderers community as well as the club’s members through activations on match day.
Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas welcomed Voltaren to the Wanderers family.
“We’d like to welcome the Voltaren team to the Wanderers family and look forward to working with them this season,” said Tsatsimas.
“The countdown is on as we prepare to kick-off our 2020/21 campaign and we are delighted to have Voltaren as our front-of-shirt partner for what is shaping up to be a great season for the club.”
Senior Marketing Manager of Voltaren James Meins has said that the partnership is extremely aligned between Voltaren and the Wanderers.
“We are extremely pleased to begin the 20/21 season as a co-major sponsor of the Western Sydney Wanderers Football Club and would like to thank John Tsatsimas and the team as we establish what we hope will become an enduring and prosperous partnership for both the Wanderers and Voltaren,” said Meins.
“Our Brand purpose exists to restore the joy of movement in all Australians and with a focus on motivation and inclusion, we hope to embody the community spirit that the Wanderers prides itself by.”
As Australia’s leading topical pain relief brand, Voltaren exists to restore the joy movement. The Voltaren range of products, available as topical rubs, tablets and liquid capsules, contain the active ingredient diclofenac which works by reducing inflammation to relieve muscle, joint, and other types of inflammatory pain. Backed by strong science and innovation, Voltaren is committed to helping Australians get back the joy of movement – and the meaningful connections and relationships this brings about.
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