Wasps are delighted to announce the extension of their partnership with environmental and engineering firm RSK.
RSK, who have sponsored the men’s team for the past two seasons, have agreed to increase their commitment to the Club with the new deal to include the women’s rugby and netball teams.
RSK’s distinctive green logo will feature on the back of the Wasps Men’s and Women’s playing shirts, and on the back of Wasps Netball’s new hummel dresses. As part of the agreement, RSK will also fund the delivery of a number of grassroots rugby and netball coaching sessions.
Established over 30 years ago, RSK has become a leading provider of integrated environmental, engineering and technical services. Today, RSK is made up of more than 130 businesses, all working together to provide end-to-end sustainable solutions across sectors such as water, energy, transport and property. Poised to tackle some of the most important global challenges of our time, RSK has set ambitious plans to drive the business forward while ensuring it makes a positive impact on the planet.
RSK operates in over 40 countries but is headquartered in the UK. Their extensive UK footprint includes several offices nearby the Coventry Building Society Arena. RSK is proud of its significant connections in the Midlands and will continue these links through its sponsorship of Wasps.
Adam Benson, Wasps Chief Commercial Officer, said: “We are delighted to renew our partnership with RSK and would like to thank them for their ongoing commitment to the Club.
“It is fantastic that RSK have committed to supporting the entire Wasps Sport programme this season. Wasps and RSK continue to share many of the same values, and we cannot wait to deliver some exciting projects throughout our partnership.”
Alan Ryder, RSK Founder and Chief Executive Officer, added: “It is an honour to be able to sponsor all of the Wasps teams this season. We have thoroughly enjoyed our partnership with the men’s team over the last two seasons, so this is the natural next step.
“We are committed to supporting our local communities and excited to collaborate with Wasps on community projects throughout Coventry and Warwickshire, promoting sustainability, health and wellbeing and equality, diversity and inclusion over the coming season.”