Seven Consulting Extends Support for Opals

Basketball Australia is delighted to announce Seven Consulting has extended its partnership with the Seven Consulting Opals. This will see Australia’s best program delivery company remain naming rights partner until the middle of 2026.

After signing on last September ahead of the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup – which ultimately saw the Aussies secure a bronze medal on home soil in front of record crowds – Seven Consulting, an active advocate of women’s sport, was eager to continue its support of the team.

In addition to Seven Consulting having naming rights and its logo appear on the front of the uniforms, the partnership will also unlock opportunities for players to gain training and experience at the organisation and work with Seven Consulting’s highly credentialed team, developing skills they can utilise post their professional sports career.

Seven Consulting Founder, Declan Boylan (left), and CEO of Basketball Australia, Matt Scriven.

CEO of Basketball Australia, Matt Scriven, said he was thrilled the partnership was being extended for a further three years.

“Following the success of the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup, we’re delighted Seven Consulting will continue its support of our national women’s team and look forward to strengthening our relationship with Declan and his team even further over the coming years,” Scriven said.

“To secure a long-term investment for the Opals and more broadly, women’s basketball, with an organisation who is genuinely invested in making the partnership a success and aligns with our values, is really exciting for the future of the sport.”

Seven Consulting Founder, Declan Boylan, said: “We are delighted to be able to continue to support one of Australia’s most loved teams, the Seven Consulting Opals.

“This continues Seven Consulting’s commitment to support women’s sport which started with being a major sponsor of the CommBank Matildas since 2017.

“We look forward to seeing the Seven Consulting Opals play in the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup later this year in Australia. “We see the Seven Consulting Opals as a continuation of Australian women excelling in world sport.

They are an inspiration for children and the community and we are proud to continue to play a small part in their ongoing growth and success.”

Seven Consulting remains Australia’s best program delivery with a relentless focus on quality delivery and teamwork.

Founded in 2002, Seven Consulting delivers more than $4Bn of programs each year for clients who include some of Australia’s most respected brands.

The Seven Consulting Opals will hold a training camp in Canberra in April, ahead of the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup which takes place later this year.

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