Bulls chairman Gina Marra (left) and Cabra-Vale Diggers chairman Walter Robinson OAM. Image: Linkedin/Macarthur Bulls FC.

A-League team Macarthur Bulls FC and Cabra-Vale Diggers Club, including Campbelltown RSL, have announced a new partnership that will see all 60,000 members of the club become members of the Bulls.

The partnership will allow all members of Cabra-Vale Diggers Club and Campbelltown RSL free entry to three Isuzu UTE A-League games each season at Campbelltown Sports Stadium, while also allowing all Bulls members to become members of Cabra-Vale Diggers and Campbelltown RSL.

“Cabra-Vale Diggers, for the last three years, have been supporters of our community programs,” Bulls chairman Gino Marra said.

“This is a natural extension of our partnership with a club that cares about its community across the south-west. We are proud to partner with a club that has supported our region for over 98 years.”

As community is a core tenet of the partnership, Campbelltown RSL will become a live site for all Bulls away games, as well as the potential extension at Cabra-Vale Diggers Sports Arena bar.

“The Bulls in a short time have made the south-west their home. From over 50,000 kids going through their Bulls in Schools program to winning the Australia Cup they have made the south-west proud,” stated Cabra-Vale Diggers chairman Walter Robinson OAM.

“As a club that cares about its community and giving back to its members this is a great partnership which we look forward to growing and expanding in years to come. Campbelltown RSL is the home for its away games as a live site and we will look to expand this to Cabra-Vale Diggers Sports Arena bar.”

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