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Sydney FC renews with ITP

Australian A-League football club Sydney FC has renewed a partnership with tax advisory service Income Tax Professionals (ITP).

The extended partnership will run for two seasons, from 2016-17 to 2017-18.

Under the deal, ITP’s logo will appear on the front of Sydney FC’s home and away playing shorts until June 2018, with ITP also receiving signage rights, hospitality and ticketing for all home A-League matches.

ITP first linked up with the club in June of this year.

“We’ve thoroughly enjoyed our alignment with Sydney FC so far this season and we can see only positives to come in the future,” ITP chief executive John Bailey said.

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