Media Release: TUFC WPL welcomes Workplace Law
Terrigal United Football Club (TUFC) is delighted to announce Workplace Law as its first ever platinum sponsor for our Women’s Premier League squad for Season 2023.
The announcement comes at a time where female participation is booming at all levels of football with the FIFA Women’s World Cup visiting Australia this year.
President Sharon Baxter shared:
“TUFC is beyond proud to welcome Workplace Law as the Platinum Sponsor for our WPL Squad in 2023. Their support of females in sport is unparalleled and the perfect fit for our commitment to growing the women’s game at all levels of the biggest and best club on the Central Coast. We are honoured to have them on board in what will be a very special season at the club.”
The WPL squad delivered their most successful season on the pitch in recent memory and this support ties in with an ever-increasing optimism that a special season lay ahead of women’s football at TUFC.
WPL Head Coach Gabrielle Blanch expanded:
“We are proud to be affiliated with Workplace Law as we move into Season 2023. The involvement and commitment shown by Workplace Law with their previous engagements certainly aligns with TUFC’s commitment to growing and improving the women’s game in our region. I am looking forward to seeing the opportunities that become available for local women as a result of our partnership.”
Workplace Law Director and CEO, Shane Koelmeyer said:
“We are delighted to join such a storied football club like Terrigal United Football Club. It is a club with a strong commitment to football on the Central Coast and in particular, the women’s game. We always look for opportunities to make a difference and will provide whatever support we can for the club, coaches and players to have sustained success both off and on the pitch. It is wonderful to be the first platinum partner for the club’s Women’s Premier League squad and we welcome Terrigal United Football Club into our family of sporting partners.”
About Workplace Law
Since 2003 Workplace Law has provided employers, across all industries, with legal advice and representation on workplace agreements and awards, employee behaviour and culture, employment law, WHS, workplace investigations, discrimination complaints and industrial disputes.
Their clients range from large Australian-based publicly listed companies to international companies operating in Australia, to not-for profit organisations, to local government entities and State-owned corporations, to start-ups and family businesses.
Workplace Law also advises and represents a number of sporting leagues, associations and Clubs. Workplace Law has a focus on female sport and has partnered with several female teams and players around the country from community to national league levels.
About Terrigal United Football Club
Terrigal United Football Club (TUFC) has been an active member of the extended Terrigal community for over 50 years beginning in 1966. In 2022, it fielded almost 400 female players from U5-All Age and look set to increase this number in 2023 positioning itself as the leading club for women’s football on the Coast.