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South Metro Junior Football League and ISC Teamwear are proud to announce a new two-year partnership which will see ISC become the league’s Official Apparel Partner through to the 2018 season.

SMJFL joins a number of professional and grassroots sports teams across AFL football, rugby codes and basketball to wear ISC’s innovative performance apparel.

As part of the two-year partnership ISC will supply on-field playing jumpers, shorts and socks to all 26 member clubs. In addition, ISC offer an expansive range of off-field apparel items for players, officials, and supporter merchandise. This includes a raft of training apparel, polo shirts, hoodies, bags, jackets and head-wear – only limited in design by imagination.

The League’s CEO Sarah Loh said ISC is a welcome addition to the league’s corporate partners.

“We are excited to have ISC on board as the official supplier to our member clubs, for the 2017 season and beyond,” she said.

“Our players, officials and supporters will have access to high quality products, at the best prices, all in time for next season”.

“As part of the partnership, the League has been able to maintain the 2017 on-field apparel prices for Clubs, at the same price as in 2016. This enables us to ensure affordability, and keeps SMJFL apparel prices well below other junior football competitions in the state”.

After an extensive and thorough tender process the league will partner with an industry leader offering a wide range of high quality apparel. Currently supplying to AFL clubs, as well as grassroots programs across the country, ISC Teamwear has a proven business model, consistent service model and a good continuity of service plan to ensure the highest level of service to the member clubs.

ISC Teamwear Managing Director Jason Schulman is proud to partner with a premier junior sporting competition.

“We are excited to be the Official Apparel Supplier to the SMJFL and can’t wait for the players to experience playing in the ISC Teamwear range,” he said.

“ISC are certainly looking forward to demonstrating our commitment to the league and building a long-lasting relationship. We look forward to supporting the member clubs in the delivery of Australian Rules football at the junior level.”