At the Glenorchy Football Club our sponsors are very important to us, as we know that they are an integral and vital aspect of the Club’s ongoing existence among the community. As a community Club, our interests are very much directed at making sure those businesses in the community who are willing to support us are, in turn, well supported.
Naming Rights Sponsor
The naming rights sponsor is the premium sponsor of the Clubs Senior and Development League Football teams. We are pleased to announce once again “Get Real” has returned to be the naming rights sponsor of the Glenorchy “Get Real” Magpies for 2017.
In order to provide the best facilities and services to members and the community we partner with a select group of partners to provide state of the art services and entertainment facilities.
The jumper sponsors are an important means of meeting a small amount of the cost for running the football teams.
Club sponsors are the sponsors who we work with at the Club to give a profile to amongst our membership. Generally these sponsors supply services and offer products and services at a discount to our membership. Categories exist for many types of branding and inclusion in our marketing, print and social media communications.
Club Supply Partners
These are the partners who assist the Club by working as our delivery partners and are recognised for the extra service or reduced fee for which they supply the Club.
Programme and Community Partners and charities supported
Community Programme Partners: The Salvation Army, Second Bite, Muscular Distrophy (Relive the Rivalry).
Partner Clubs: Glenorchy District Junior Football Club, Glenorchy Cricket Club, Palena Netball Club.
Zone Clubs: Claremont Football Club, New Norfolk Football Club.
Community Groups that use our facilities: Speak out Association, Probus Club of Glenorchy, Hobart Machine Enbroidery Group, Glenorchy Cribbage Club, Glenorchy Steam and Rail Preservation Society, Southern Tasmania Football League, Oak Industries, Southern Tasmania Junior Football League, Revive, Glenorchy City Council, various government Departments for community initiatives.