WFC & Recreational Services team up for Open Day!
Waitemata Football Club and Recreational Services Announce Equipment Partnership for Club Open Day
Waitemata Football Club and Recreational Services are excited to announce their new partnership for the upcoming Club Open Day on Sunday 12 March between 10am - 12pm at McLeod Park in Te Atatu South.
Recreational Services will be providing important equipment to help with the running of the day such as water bottles, water bottle holders, footballs and more.
The Club Open Day is an exciting event for the Waitemata Football Club, offering a day of fun and activities for club members and the wider community as well as the opportunity to register for the upcoming winter football season.
The event is set to take place on the Waitemata Football Club grounds and is open to everyone from the community. The day will feature a range of activities, including a football skills competition, face painting, and a sausage sizzle, as well as the recently announced Transport Partnership activations such as a free bike safety check with Bike Auckland.
With the support of Recreational Services, the club can ensure that the day has plenty of equipment on hand to make the day a fun experience for all involved. Recreational Services is a leading provider of project management and facility maintenance for sports fields across New Zealand with a commitment to delivering a high-quality service and a desire for excellence and innovation.
“We are thrilled to partner with Recreational Services for our Club Open Day,” said Dan Johnston, Director of Football at Waitemata Football Club. “Their generosity in providing valuable equipment for this event is truly appreciated, and we’re confident that their support will help make our event a great success. We can’t wait to see everyone down at the club on Sunday 12 March”
The Open Day partnership between Waitemata Football Club and Recreational Services is a testament to our shared commitment to community engagement and development.
The Club Open Day is an excellent opportunity for the Waitemata Football Club to connect with its members and the wider community, and the support of Recreational Services will help make this possible.
For more information about Recreational Services, please visit their website www.recreationalservices.co.nz