Sydney Olympic FC officially launches its ‘Heritage Club’


Sydney Olympic Football Club is officially launching its ‘Heritage Club’ for its most passionate supporters, our believers, including both individuals and businesses.

Sydney Olympic FC has a rich heritage and culture since 1957. The Heritage Club will be at the epicentre of Sydney Olympic culture and is an opportunity to celebrate everything O-LYM-PIC!

The Heritage Club member benefits include:

  • Limited Edition Retro Heritage Club jersey with all past players and coaches inscribed. 
  • Four Season Passes.
  • Two Corporate Box Tickets, including special guest speakers.
  • Two tickets to exclusive networking events with celebrity guest speakers. Food & drink included.
  • Your business included in match-day advertising.
  • One ad in The Greek Herald for your chosen business.
  • Exclusive access to mingling events with players. Food & drink provided.

The Heritage Club bundle, valued at over $1,600, is an exclusive and unique membership that will be available to Club members for just $1,000. The Heritage Club is an opportunity not to be missed. Limited spots available.

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