Things are heating up for Angel City Football Club as we head into Summer 2021. And with less than a year until our team takes to the field, we’re thrilled to share another partnership that’s sure to make an impact.
Equality is at the core of everything we do here at ACFC. So we are excited to announce that we are partnering with Jane Walker, a symbol of the Johnnie Walker brand’s commitment to progress in gender equality, as our official spirits partner. With this new sponsorship, the first sports sponsorship for Jane Walker, they are supporting professional women’s sports and upcoming campaigns to fund gender equality.
Jane Walker is dedicated to empowering women to achieve firsts and break boundaries. Their mission to fund “future firsts” pairs perfectly with ACFC’s passion for elevating women and erasing gender inequality. We believe in creating opportunities for women to conquer obstacles while also demonstrating to the world what they’ve already overcome.
In honor of the partnership, ACFC will be producing a Jane Walker content series that showcases all of the incredible firsts the team has achieved to date, and toasts to the many firsts to come. Come Spring 2022, when the team takes the field for its inaugural season, fans will be able to celebrate at the stadium with custom Jane Walker Gameday cocktails.
As with all ACFC partners, the Jane Walker sponsorship will put 10% of all funds back into the Los Angeles community. Together, ACFC and Jane Walker will be working with IFundWomen, The partnership will provide grant funding to Los Angeles based businesses identified in collaboration with ACFC and will be announced throughout the partnership.
This is just the start of a joint mission to break down barriers for women owned businesses. ACFC and Jane Walker will continue to announce grants for eligible entrepreneurs and raise the spirits of female-owned businesses that are just waiting to take off.
Together with Jane Walker, we’re looking to empower females to achieve their firsts and create a world where firsts are no longer necessary