Perth Glory is delighted to confirm that Empyrean Education Institute will be the club’s official catering partner for the 2023/24 season.
Based in Fremantle, Empyrean Education Institute is a leading vocational college specialising in hospitality and community services courses.
Home to over 300 international and local Australian students, Empyrean prides itself on quality training, close industry connections and community engagement and currently operates a café inside historic Fremantle Prison.
Glory will collaborate with Empyrean on a range of digital promotional activations and community initiatives in the coming year and club CEO Anthony Radich is excited to welcome them on board as a new partner.
“We are very fortunate to have an organisation of Empyrean’s calibre located right on our doorstep here in Fremantle,” he said.
“Access to fresh, nutritious and tasty meals is essential for elite athletes and Empyrean will provide exactly what our A-League Men and A-League Women’s squads require in order to attain and sustain peak performance levels.”
Empyrean Education Institute’s Operation Manager, Annie Zheng, also believes that the natural synergies between the two organisations will ensure that the partnership is a success.
“We are thrilled to announce our exciting new partnership with Perth Glory, a powerhouse in Australian football,” she said.
“The café now serves over 100 freshly cooked meals for the team players each week at their new training ground at Fremantle Oval.
“This collaboration marks a significant milestone in our commitment to supporting and promoting the beautiful game in Australia.
“Perth Glory’s dedication to excellence, both on and off the pitch, perfectly aligns with our core values, making this partnership a natural fit.
“Together, we aim to inspire and engage fans and students and drive community initiatives.
“We look forward to a successful and close partnership, filled with triumphs, friendship and unforgettable moments.”