Utah Royals have signed what they’re calling the biggest “jersey-front deal” in NWSL with Conservice, a Utah-based company.
The deal with the Logan, Utah services company is set for an initial three years.
Conservice, according to the release, manages “utility management, billing and other services to more than three million addresses in the United States and internationally.”
In a club-issued press release, Royals owner Dell Loy Hansen described the deal as “lucrative.”
“This three-year commitment by Conservice represents the most lucrative jersey-front deal in American women’s soccer history,” said Utah Royals FC Owner Dell Loy Hansen, who brought the NWSL to Rio Tinto Stadium just 10 weeks ago. “The Conservice vision for our partnership aligns perfectly with our aspirations to build the world’s best women’s professional sports organization worldwide. We are grateful that Conservice recognizes the opportunity that the arrival of Utah Royals FC represents for fans across our region, and are excited to deepen their involvement in soccer.”
From the release, Conservice’s COO Aimee Cox:
“Many of our team members are soccer fans, and can’t wait to help promote women’s soccer here in Utah,” said Conservice Chief Operating Officer Aimee Cox. “I am proud to be part of a company that does so much for women in the workforce and now in women’s soccer. Conservice is known for making an impact everywhere it does business. We are excited about this new partnership with Utah Royals FC. We look forward to the club’s success on the field and the positive impact I’m sure they will have in our communities.”