KPI Sports partnership with Brisbane Strikers FC
KPI Sports is today thrilled to announce its partnership with Brisbane Strikers Football Club as its official apparel partner in 2021.
By: KPI Sports Pty Ltd
Brisbane Strikers FC is a leading club in the National Premier Leagues Queensland with a rich history in Australian football. Brisbane Strikers FC Chairman Bruce Atterton-Evans (pictured) said "2021 will be an important year for the Strikers and we are delighted to have KPI Sports as our supplier for on-field and off-field apparel. We have worked with the KPI team for many years and we know they will provide us excellent quality merchandise and the best service in the industry."
KPI Sports has recently launched its new brand name, with a history of over 20 years supplying high quality custom sports apparel to sporting clubs in Australia and Oceania. Managing Director of KPI Sports Ella Bryan said "we are looking forward to working again with the Strikers team. They are a fantastic club with an exciting future and we're proud to support them".
KPI Sports has great experience in supplying the Australian football market and the team have strong connections at all levels of the game. Ella commented "the KPI Sports quality and service offering in football is unparalleled in the Australian market. Brisbane Strikers is the perfect club for us to partner with to demonstrate the full scope of our commitment to KPI partnership clubs".
About KPI Sports
KPI Sports is an Australian owned sporting brand with more than 20 years history supplying custom sportswear, custom uniforms, equipment and accessories. KPI Sports specialise in supplying sporting clubs, associations, schools and businesses with high quality customised uniforms, across a wide range of sports and community activities. For more visit http://www.kpisports.com.au.
About Brisbane Strikers
Brisbane Strikers FC is an Australian semi-professional football club based in Brisbane, Queensland. Founded in 1991 as Brisbane United, the club competed in the National Soccer League until the 2003–04 season and currently competes in the National Premier League Queensland. The club's two primary objectives are in identifying and developing the talents of locally-based footballers with a view to preparing them for the elite levels of the game, while playing in the highest standard of competition available to the club. For more visit http://www.brisbanestrikers.com.au/