HEROES AND VILLAINS JOINS JOONDALUP UNITED FAMILY

JOONDALUP UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB is proud and pleased to announced WA brewery Heroes and Villains Brewery as a club sponsor for the 2022 season.

Heroes and Villains, an award-winning independent brewery in Osborne Park, will be Joondalup United Football Club’s 2022 Official Craft Beer.

Joondalup United Football Club is the brewery’s first football club it will be sponsoring after recently signing as a sponsor for the Perth Comedy Festival.

The sponsorship will see the locally brewed beers sold at Joondalup United’s licensed venues for all home games across the 2022 season – Forrest Park (State Division 1), Beldon Park (Amateurs Division 1) and Charonia Park (Masters 35s, 45s and Women’s).

“It is a great honour to be associated with an award-winning, fast-growing brand like Heroes and Villains,” said club President Ghaz Ramli.

“Our senior sides host a number of teams in various competitions, and we will ensure we have Heroes and Villains as part of the selection for everyone’s enjoyment, especially the fans.”

In addition to the sponsorship, the senior sides’ first team coaches will be awarding the best players from both sides with a ‘Hero’ or ‘Villain’ can.

“As part of the sponsorship, we will ensure that Nick (Jennings), Neil (Sherwin) and Ray (Clarke), head coaches for the State, Amateur and Women teams respectively, along with their coaching team, will get pick a Player-of-the-Match winner after each home game and also the best performer from the visiting team who will be awarded a drink sponsored by Heroes and Villains,” explained Ramli.

Nick Jennings and Neil Sherwin ready to play their part picking Heroes and Villains this season

Heroes and Villains director Shannon Mizen is equally enthusiastic about the new partnership.

“We are very pleased to be part of Joondalup United Football Club. We live by the ethos of community and collaboration, and we look forward to making this a success for both parties,” said Mizen.

Heroes and Villains has a wide range of beers for all tastes. The brewery started as a dream in 2016 with a desire to create beer that is flavoursome, approachable and interesting. Two years later, they released their first beer called BOTNA (Beer of the New Age) and have since developed a big presence in the booming industry.

JUFC President Ghaz Ramli (left) with Heroes and Villians director Shannon Mizen at their brewery is Osborne Park

Joondalup United Football Club practices and enforces responsible drinking for all its members and adhere to all rules and regulations as specified by Racing, Gaming and Liquor under the WA Department of Local Government, Sport and Local Industries.

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