Touch Football Australia (TFA) is pleased to announce the renewal with one of our sport’s longest partners, Sportscover Australia.
Sportscover is a leading global sports insurer and has been protecting Australian Touch Footballers for the best part of three decades, a milestone that will be reached under the new three-year agreement. The increased deal will see Sportscover elevated to become naming rights partner of the Nest, Touch Football Australia’s education and online learning portal.
Other key features include the integration of Sportscover content within TFA referee and coaching courses, the creation of specific resources and education to volunteer committees and affiliated associations on a range of governance, risk mitigation and compliance matters.
Sportscover will also assume lower back of jersey branding on the Australian Emus national team playing jerseys.
“We’re thrilled to continue our long association with Sportscover from both an insurance and partnership perspective. This partnership is about protecting our most valuable asset, our people, both on and off the field and I’m looking forward to unlocking other ways through education and resources to give our people the tools they need to deliver our sport in the safest way possible” said TFA Chief Executive Officer, Jamie O’Connor.
“Sportscover Australia is delighted to extend our partnership with NRL Touch Football into a fourth decade,” said Simon Allatson, Sportscover’s Chief Executive. “TFA is an exceptionally well run and professional sports organisation and the opportunity for Sportscover to continue to input into the sport via our insurance and sponsorship partnership is one we value enormously.”
TFA will continue to be insured by Sportscover Australia.