Workplace Law partners with Melbourne City FC
Building on the long term support of women's sport and the recent success of the FIFA Women's World Cup, we are excited to share some news about our next sporting partnership.Read more...
As many of our clients know, we love our sport here at Workplace Law. Even more, we love being able to support teams and players who share similar values to us.
With a desire to expand our sporting partnerships we jumped (pardon the pun) at the opportunity to partner with the Adelaide 36ers basketball team and sponsor a rising young Filipino talent, Kai Sotto.
At just 18 years of age and 7’2 (218cm), Kai has signed a multi-year deal with the Adelaide 36ers, joining the team from the 2021/2022 season and wearing the #11 jersey.
Following a period training with the NBA G-League Ignite Team, most recently Kai has been based in Florida, working out with players with past NBA experience as well as strength and conditioning coaches in readiness for the 2021/22 NBL season.
"It is a joy to watch Kai as he fulfils his dreams as a professional basketball player and inspires the future generation of young Filipinos to work hard to achieve your goals. As a fellow Filipino, it brings me great pride to be a part of Workplace Law as it supports Kai in this chapter of his promising career." Workplace Law Associate, Emily Regidor
“It has been exciting to watch the 36ers rapid growth under their CEO, Nic Barbato’s leadership. I’ve known Nic for a long time and he is a fantastic sports administrator. It is wonderful for our firm to be a part of the corporate family he and his team are building. Kai’s heritage and ambition to play in the NBA made him the perfect player partner for our firm.” Workplace Law Chief Executive Officer, Shane Koelmeyer
To find out more about the Adelaide 36ers, click here.