As a not-for-profit community organisation, South East United FC relies on the support of local businesses, large and small, in order to survive and thrive.
In 2019, we have been fortunate to be able to call on the support of some wonderful organisations.
GALIFRAE FISHING came on board as our major club sponsor for the next three years. The local Parker family business is a major player in the Tasmanian rock lobster industry, and we are truly grateful to Sandra and John for their support and belief in what SEUFC are building.
Bendigo Bank Sorell & District Community Bank Branch renewed their long-standing support of the club as the key sponsor for our youth development program, also for the next three years. This funding will help us to deliver youth programs on a par with the best in the business.
The club are grateful recipients of a Tassal - Our Community 'Better Together Community Grant'. This essential funding over this year and next is helping us to keep up with the rising costs of our continued growth and success, and ensure that our services exceed community expectations.
Cooper Automotive have been supporters of the club since day dot and we were delighted they decided to renew their sponsorship deal for another three years.
The Pro Football Group, in association with Umbro Australia, came on board this year as our new kit supplier and training equipment provider, and we are especially delighted with our new custom men's first team kit.
We were also proud recipients of the Telstra Kids grant initiative, which will help us to continue to enrich the lives of children in our region through the game of football.
We are incredibly grateful to all our corporate partners, without whose generosity and belief we could not continue to prosper. It’s all part of why we’re the fastest-growing club around.
Thank you all for your amazing support.
If you or your business would like to find out more about becoming part of this amazing community, shoot us a message here on Facebook or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Andy on 0432 077 010.
Go South East!