Adina Hotels supports Australian Kookaburras and Hockeyroos


Hockey in Australia has found its ‘second home away from home’, securing a 2-year partnership deal with Adina Hotels incorporating flagship national teams, the Kookaburras and Hockeyroos.

The deal sees local hospitality brand Adina Hotels become Hockey Australia’s exclusive accommodation partner, supporting teams as they play competitively in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and Asia. The Adina logo will appear on the back of Kookaburras and Hockeyroos game uniforms.

Adina Hotels also becomes an official partner of the various Australian Hockey Championships (encompassing the U13, U15, U18, U21, Country Challenge and Men’s and Women’s Masters Championships).

“Partnering with Adina Hotels, a highly recognizable and respected brand in the hospitality industry which is based in multiple destinations across the country, is a tremendous outcome for hockey in Australia,” said the HA CEO. . David Priles.

“As our world-class national teams spend long periods of time in locations, whether on tour or in camp, it is vital to have spacious, self-contained accommodation in which they can settle in and feel at home. comfort, which Adina Hotels is proud of.”

“An association with our National Championships will also provide a plethora of benefits to our participating teams and their families and friends by having a trusted accommodation provider.”

“We look forward to a prosperous relationship with Adina Hotels and thank them for the value they see in supporting Australian hockey.”

The strategic partnership is global, with Adina Hotels operating in Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Hungary and Singapore. The hotel group will also enter Switzerland for the first time in February 2023.

Adina is part of the Australian international hotel group, TFE Hotels. Managing Director of TFE Hotels, Anthony Ritchsaid the partnership was a meeting between two great Australian organizations and he was delighted to support the Australian hockey community and some of the country’s most elite and competitive teams on the world sports stage.

“We are committed to bringing the Australian style of hospitality to the world and supporting Australian talent,” he said. “We couldn’t be prouder to literally support the Kookaburras and Hockeyroos leading up to the Commonwealth Games and beyond.


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