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Sydney Swans secures trio of corporate partners

Australian Football League franchise Sydney Swans has entered into corporate partnerships with Nike, Dexus and Science in Sport.

The deals have been confirmed just days after the club reached a separate agreement with data specialist Equifax.

American sportswear giant Nike will provide Swans players and coaching staff with the brand’s football boots, running and training shoes, as well as the Nike Pro range.

Australian real estate company Dexus Property Group claims to “create contemporary work spaces that are inspiring and invigorating, where people love to work and feel a sense of community.”

Meanwhile, sports nutrition provider Science in Sport partners with elite athletes around the world to facilitate training and recovery.

Sydney Swans chief executive and managing director Andrew Ireland said: “It’s very pleasing for us to be able to announce three new partnerships with three premium brands.

“Although Nike, Dexus and SiS all operate in different industries, they are all leaders in their fields and are committed to professionalism and innovation – values shared by our football club. We look forward to working together in season 2017.”

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