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Sep 10, 2021   |  8:32AM AET

Canberra United & ISC Sport announce new apparel partnership

Canberra United & ISC Sport announce new apparel partnership

Canberra United is excited to announce a new apparel partnership with Australian sports clothing manufacturer ISC.

The partnership will see Canberra United and Capital Football teams and staff kitted out in some of the highest quality playing and merchandise range in the market. This announcement marks the start of a partnership that will continue until 2025, solidifying ISC’s goal to support and grow Australian sport.

From grassroots players right through to professional athletes, ISC has been supporting Australian talent for decades, including an almost 20-year partnership with the Canberra Raiders.

Football continues to be the biggest participation sport in the ACT and this partnership will support further development of the sport in the region and nationally.

Capital Football CEO Phil Brown said it’s great to have ISC on board as the apparel partner.

“It’s clear that ISC takes its sportswear seriously, not only with its quality apparel but with its long running partnership with other Canberra sporting organisations,” he said.

“This deal is a really exciting one for both Capital Football and Canberra United.

“We look forward to working with ISC for the next four years.”

The range of products developed for Capital Football and Canberra United teams will include both technical on field and high performance off field gear.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Capital Football and Canberra United in such an expansive partnership in what is a strong growth region for Australian Football. We look forward to forming a strong relationship with all stakeholders and delivering fantastic playing, training and merchandise kit to the participants.”