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Football West CEO James Curtis with Crystalise Managing Director Karsten Guster
Football West teams up with Crystalise
Football West News
Football West has formed a partnership with Australian-owned and operated asset management solutions company Crystalise in order to promote the continued growth of disability pathways within Western Australian football.
Crystalise services the energy, mining and infrastructure sectors and embraces opportunities to give back to the community.
Managing Director Karsten Guster said the partnership would provide Crystalise and Football West the opportunity to promote the benefits of a healthy lifestyle through Inclusive Development programs, particularly relating to players with disabilities.
“At Crystalise, we embrace the responsibility to give back to our community,” he said.
“We are a passionate and determined organisation and we are excited to work with Football West in developing inclusive pathways for players with disabilities in WA.”
Football West Chief Executive Officer James Curtis looked forward to having Crystalise come on board as a supporting partner of such programs.
“Football West currently works alongside the Disability Services Commission, the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries, clubs and non-government organisations to deliver the best opportunities for people with all ability levels,” he said.
“A partnership with Crystalise will increase our capacity to deliver formal player pathways for people with disabilities and encourage them to reach their goals at every level, from local community club-based players to elite representatives.
“I look forward to working with Karsten and his team to further encourage social engagement and to help people with disabilities develop useful physical skills and build active and healthy lifestyles.”