Perth Glory of the A-League has signed a two-year partnership with Clough Limited, one of Australia's largest engineering, construction and asset support companies, reports SportsPro.

Under the terms of the deal, financial terms of which were not disclosed, Clough's logo will feature on the sleeve of Glory's first team and youth team shirts. Additionally, the company will benefit from stadium signage, corporate hospitality, ticketing entitlements and other branding rights.

Besides sponsoring the club, Clough will also support the Glory's community programme which aims to develop physical, social and educational skills in around 20,000 children a year.

Perth Glory chief executive Paul Kelly commented on the deal: "Perth Glory is highly delighted to be welcoming on board another proud and iconic WA brand. The decision to support grassroots is very positive and will greatly assist in further increasing participation, the promotion of positive role models and active and healthy lifestyle messages."

Kevin Gallagher, Clough chief executive and managing director, added: "Clough is proud to associated with a high performing team that is also helping create a healthier lifestyle for children in Western Australia. We look forward to helping take the Glory all the way to the championship this year."

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