U.K. based Sports drink supplier, iPro Sport have signed on as the Central Coast Mariners’ Official Drinks Partner and Westfield FFA Cup front of away shirt sponsor ahead of the club’s round of 32 fixture tonight in Victoria.
As a part of the newly formed relationship, the iPro Sport logo will appear on the front of the Central Coast Mariners’ unique Westfield FFA Cup jerseys, starting tonight against Green Gully SC in Victoria that will be broadcasted to the football world LIVE on Fox Sports 503.
During the upcoming Hyundai A-League and Westfield FFA Cup campaigns iPro Sport will be responsible for the hydration of the Central Coast Mariners and will see the players provided with a wide range of iPro Sport flavours including: Orange & Pineapple, Berry Mix and Citrus Blend.
Over the past 12 months iPro Sport have taken the sports drinks industry by storm since launching their product, signing a record breaking deal with Derby County Football Club and purchasing the naming rights for iPro Stadium in Derby, England!
iPro Sport have also formed relationships with over half of the football clubs in England’s Football League Championship and broken into Rugby Union, Rugby League, Cricket and Cycling across the globe.
iPro Sport drinks DO NOT rely on sugar to give temporary energy and instead opts for the winning combination of complex carbohydrates, providing a longer-lasting, healthier source of energy.
Central Coast Mariners Head of Strength & Conditioning, Brice Johnson welcomed iPro Sport and spoke about the scientific edge that they will bring to the club.
“We are pleased to welcome iPro Sport to the Mariners family,” Johnson said. “When we first came across the iPro Sport products last season we were excited by what they had on offer and were keen to introduce it to our players.
“Player hydration is an area that all strength and conditioning departments look to improve season after season and with the addition of iPro Sport products we will certainly be doing that whilst also improving the taste of what we are offering the players.
“Stevia, which is used by iPro to sweeten the sports drink has a negligible effect on the player’s blood glucose levels and fits perfectly with player’s diets,” Johnson said.
“The product has been well received in 18 countries across the globe and the reach is expected to double over the next year,” Garrard said. “We are delighted to be involved with our first Hyundai A-League Club the Central Coast Mariners, and take this opportunity to wish Tony Walmsley and the team all the success of the upcoming season,” Garrard said.