Seven Consulting & Westfield Matildas

On 31st October 2017, Seven Consulting announced a three-year official partnership with the Westfield Matildas.

We were moved into action upon reading an article about the disparity in sports sponsorship between men and women competitions and so we embarked on this mission to find out how we could do more to close the gap.

Seven Consulting are passionate and committed in our support of the Westfield Matildas. We find their continued personal efforts to perform at a world-class level to be inspiring both for us and a new generation of footballers.

2017 FFA Chief Executive, David Gallop & Seven Consulting Managing Director, Gareth James

Seven/Matildas logo on their training kit

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Football Federation Australia together with New Zealand Football successfully bought home the bid for Australia and New Zealand to host the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2023.

We cannot wait to watch the Westfield Matildas get to play against the best teams in the world Down Under.

As the World Cup nears, we will feature related news on our website. Watch this space.


Did you know?

Facts about the Westfield Matildas

  • The Westfield Matildas are now ranked 7th in the world and were finalists in the Asian Cup.
  • The Westfield Matildas just won the Tournament of Nations in the USA, beating Japan, Brazil and the World No. 1, USA.
  • Sam Kerr has just been announced as the Women’s Health Australian Sports Woman of the Year and Female Player of the Year in National Women’s Soccer League (USA).
  • The Westfield Matildas two recent matches against Brazil had a combined attendance of 32,000, setting two Australian attendance records, including a sell-out in Penrith’s Pepper Stadium.
  • Star Matildas, Tameka Yaplop and Elise Kellond-Knight have joined Seven Consulting as paid interns.
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Intern – Tameka Yallop

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Intern – Elise Kellond-Knight