Aceit Sport is proud to announce that they have once again been appointed as an approved apparel supplier of AFL NSW/ACT. This alliance will see Aceit continue to provide on-field apparel to AFL NSW/ACT Community Leagues and Clubs throughout the 2020 and 2021 seasons.
Continuing successful tenures during the 2014/15 and 2016/17 seasons, Aceit will continue to play an instrumental role in supplying high-quality, custom team apparel to AFL clubs across NSW and ACT, for both men’s and women’s leagues.
Gino Arcella, Managing Director of Aceit, said: “Aceit has been a proud supplier of AFL NSW/ACT for some years now, and we’re thrilled to continue working together and further reinforcing our commitment to the sport.”
Aceit produces a number of popular items for AFL NSW/ACT featuring high-performance designs, including shorts, jerseys, reversible jerseys, and socks, with the range extending beyond game day to training wear and off-field merchandise. And with the launch of Women’s AFL in 2016, Aceit has been active in supplying stylish, comfortable, and functional on-field apparel for the women’s clubs, as well as the men’s.
“Our AFL range continues to grow through innovation in modern, comfortable performance products, along with merchandising solutions,” says Arcella.
Aceit’s appointment solidifies their position as a leader in custom uniforms, designs, and merchandising in sport.
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Aceit is an Australian-based producer of sports uniforms, corporate wear and promotional materials. The family-owned business has been providing high-quality team uniforms and merchandise since 1988, and has been a licensed supplier for AFL NSW/ACT since 2013.
Contact: Gino Arcella
02 4226 4054
About AFL NSW/ACT
AFL NSW/ACT is the state controlling body for the code of Australian Football in NSW and the ACT. AFL NSW/ACT has more than 237,000 participants playing at all levels, from the introductory NAB AFL Auskick program through to senior community football, across ACT/South Coast, Sydney/Illawarra, Greater Western Sydney and Northern NSW - 14 leagues, 260 clubs.