The Utah Royals say they have obtained the largest jersey-front partnership in domestic women’s soccer history, according to a team release.
The Royals and Conservice have agreed to a three-year multimillion-dollar deal to put the Logan-based utility company’s branding on the front and back of the Royals’ jerseys, beginning this season. The terms of the contract were not disclosed.
“Many of our team members are soccer fans, and can’t wait to help promote women’s soccer here in Utah,” said Conservice COO Aimee Cox in the release. “I am proud to be part of a company that does so much for women in the workforce and now in women’s soccer.”
The Royals’ all-white secondary jerseys bear “Conservice” in black script across the chest, with the team shield above that on the left side, and the Nike swoosh on the right. On the back they display Conservice’s slogan, “The Utility Experts.” The primary kits have yet to be revealed, but they will be gold.
RSL owner Dell Loy Hansen has worked with Conservice before on the real-estate side of the mogul’s undertakings.
Wasatch Property Management, of which Hansen is the founder and CEO, designed and constructed Conservice’s 93,000-square-foot headquarters in River Heights, which opened in November 2016.
Conservice is a privately held company, founded in 2000, that provides utility services to a wide range of residential and commercial properties.