Abal Banking this year is the presenting partner of the Wanderers School Cup which brings together over 150 teams from 80 schools from all over the Western Sydney region to compete in a knock-out tournament in a friendly and competitive environment.
Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas praised Abal Banking’s investment in the Wanderers community.
“We are delighted to have Abal Banking’s support in our community space where we endeavour to make football more accessible and a positive focus for our community,” said Tsatsimas.
“The Wanderers Schools Cup tournament has grown significantly over the years and this year we are expecting a record-breaking turnout of participants, schools, and teams after the two years of disruption to schools and our young people.
“We would like to thank Abal Banking for their support of our community program and look forward to a great partnership in 2022.” Managing Director and CEO Joseph Rizk spoke about Abal Banking’s support of the community.
“Arab Bank Australia (ABAL Banking) is very proud of its corporate responsibility initiatives and its support in this area that has spanned over two decades,” said Rizk.
“At Abal Banking we have a strong focus on supporting the Arts, Music, Health and Medical Research, and Sports. For each of these we look at initiatives with our partners that focus on Youth, our children and our future.
“Our inaugural support of the Wanderers in 2022 is focused on their Schools Cup initiative and we are very proud of this support and in continuing to cultivate the ambitions, skills and talent of youth in this area.”
The Wanderers Schools Cup 2022 powered by Abal Banking, will commence in Term 2 with the Finals of the multi-age group tournament to be hosted at Wanderers Football Park later in the year.