VAILO, Australian made LED lighting and digital display company, is excited to announce our High Performance Partnership with the Adelaide Football Club for the 2023 AFL and AFLW seasons

VAILO signs as High-Performance Partner

South Australian advanced technology company VAILO has signed with the Adelaide Football Club as High-Performance Partner for the 2023 AFL and AFLW seasons.  

The partnership means VAILO will have additional branding across the Club’s training equipment as well as at Crows home games where they will be seen on the goal posts and LED digital boundary displays.  

VAILO has several partnerships with grassroots and elite sporting organisations and is passionate about the importance of enhancing spectator experience through their lighting and digital displays.  

VAILO joined the Club as an Official Partner last year and Crows CEO Tim Silvers said it was pleasing to extend and strengthen the relationship in 2023.

“VAILO is passionate about innovation, sustainability and supporting local organisations, groups and events, and it is a brand we’re proud to be associated with,” Silvers said.

“We look forward to this partnership continuing to grow as we both strive for sustained success and fulfil our shared ambition of making a positive impact on our community.”

VAILO CEO and Founder Aaron Hickmann said he was proud to announce VAILO as the High-Performance Partner of the Adelaide Football Club for 2023. 

“Our relationship with the Crows has gone from strength to strength over the past year, demonstrated through signing on with the team for another season after a successful partnership in 2022,” Hickmann said.  

“Just like the Adelaide Football Club focuses on high-performance players, VAILO has a focus on high-performance sports lighting and digital displays for stadia, fields and courts. 

“Quality stadia lighting and digital displays for enhancing spectator experience is crucial in elite sport, and we’re looking forward to profiling our award-winning Australian owned and made product to the Crows community.”