U19 Div 1

SUANFC Partner With New Naming Rights Sponsor Growthbuilt

Growthbuilt Sydney University Australian National Football Club is thrilled to announce a new partnership with industry-leading construction firm, Growthbuilt.

The exciting news was made official at a signing ceremony before the Sydney Uni Flames’ victory over Bendigo in the WNBL.

SUANFC President Sam Power (Left) with Growthbuilt Director & Joint CEOs Colin Rahim (Centre) and Peter Sukkar (Right)

The sponsorship deal includes naming rights and will ensure the continued growth and success of the club from grassroots through to the elite level.

Colin Rahim, Director of Growthbuilt, has high hopes for the partnership:

“It’s a great team and great institution that we’re partnering with. I really think we’ve got great energy and the synergy to make this a successful partnership.

“That’s what excites us, I think we can continue to build on this winning culture over the next five years.”

Likewise, SUANFC President Sam Power stressed just how vital this arrangement is for the club and wider community.

“These sorts of relationships are really important for the club.

“Having partners who we have strong value alignment with is something that’s really important to us, and that’s what we have with Growthbuilt.”

Growthbuilt is a leading Tier 2 design and construction company with a reputation for completing quality residential and commercial projects against complex logistical issues and tight schedules.

They have a number of notable Sydney projects to their name – including the Griffiths Teas building in Surry Hills, Juanita Nielsen Community in Woolloomooloo and 100 Harris in Ultimo.

SUSF President James Flynn was also present for the signing, expressing his desire to see AFL continue its upward trajectory:

“AFL is one of the most exciting sports on campus. Our focus is really on trying to get as many students as we can playing the game.

We just want to give you the support to do that, and of course, to go out there and win!”

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