Adelaide United aligns with Recoverite Compression

Adelaide United aligns with Recoverite Compression

Adelaide United is excited to announce it has secured a two-year partnership with leading South Australian performance and recovery compression wear brand, Recoverite Compression, who will fit-out the Club’s A-League and Westfield W-League squads alike.

Recoverite Compression, who are the front-of-shirt partner of English Championship side, Blackburn Rovers, provide a comprehensive and unique selection of versatile ice and heat compression garments.

Recoverite Compression’s innovative approach will significantly aid in Adelaide United’s A-League and Westfield W-League teams’ ability to compete at the highest level by focusing on four key elements of performance: injury prevention, optimal training, increasing performance potential, and recovery.

Adelaide United aligns with Recoverite Compression

Adelaide United’s Head of Commercial, John Tsianos, said: “We’re delighted to align with Recoverite Compression – another proud South Australian company.

“Recoverite Compression are renowned for their exceptional approach to athlete performance and recovery and to align with them to supply both our A-League and Westfield W-League teams equally is fabulous.

“Not only is this two-year partnership significant given the current climate, but Recoverite Compression are specifically designing garments for our playing squads and tailoring them to the unique needs of our footballers, which is outstanding.”

Recoverite Compression Director, Richard Giles, said: “Recoverite Compression is excited to be partnering with Adelaide United and supporting their journey to A-League and W-League success.

“We look forward to working with the players, medical staff, and management to implement our multifunctional performance, recovery, and injury management system.

“Our decision to partner with Adelaide United was made easy being a South Australian team who share our philosophy on performance, personal growth, and community engagement.”