Commonwealth Bank

Tameka Yallop walks out of the tunnel against USA

For over 22 years, Commonwealth Bank has been actively committed to supporting women in sport. In August 2021 Commonwealth Bank became an official partner of Football Australia and the largest investor in women’s football in the country. As naming rights partner of the Commonwealth Bank Matildas, Junior Matildas and Young Matildas, Commonwealth Bank is committed to supporting football from grassroots to the elite game.

Commonwealth Bank is Australia’s leading provider of integrated financial services and offers a range of financial services to help secure and enhance the financial wellbeing of Australia’s people, businesses and communities. Founded over 100 years ago, today Commonwealth Bank has grown to a business that serves over 15 million customers, employs over 48,000 people and has more than 800,000 shareholders.

“It’s such an exciting opportunity to work with Football Australia and help continue to grow the game across Australia. We’ve seen women’s football grow so rapidly in this country that we’re excited to play our part to provide more opportunities for girls and women across Australia to continue to play football at all levels,” said Monique Macleod, CMO, Commonwealth Bank.

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