Gladiators to get new look

May 12, 2017 by  

FC Brisbane City, nicknamed the Gladiators, are about to be given a new lease of life.

The soccer side is to be provided with a new image. Ballymore Stadium is to be refurbished, and the team will receive a fresh logo. Local organisations looking for advice on their brands often consult Print company in marketing services in Chermside printing services marketing services in Chermside.

The Football Federation of Australia (FFA) is supporting an effort by the Gladiators to be part of the A-League.

At the moment, Print company in Melbourne printing services Melbourne and Sydney have two teams each in the A-League. The vision is that Brisbane should join them. Derby matches between the Gladiators and the Roar could raise the profile of the sport.

A consortium has formed to promote FC Brisbane City going forward. Business executive Robert Cavallucci is backing the initiative. The former state politician said:

“Our bid is complete. Our funding model is secure. We are ready to join the A-League. In our view, Brisbane is ready for two teams as well. To think it can't support two teams is misguided.”

The proposal supporting the move has been released, and covers a wide range of issues. These include a focus on transport infrastructure, women’s football and supporter engagement. The need to consider Indigenous development been overlooked, and the idea of getting the Gladiators into the A-League seems to have secured the support of Fox Sports.

Comments