RSEA Park is set to cement its place on the footy fixture, with the work safety expert extending its naming rights partnership with St Kilda Football Club. 

The deal will see RSEA Park as the home of Saints footy for at least the next three years. 

“RSEA Safety’s support has been integral in the re-integration of our club in Moorabbin,” St Kilda CEO Matt Finnis said.

“They signed on when all we had was a pile of rubble and have been right by our side as this spectacular facility has taken shape. 

“Through their support, we are not only able to house our AFL and AFLW programs, but also support VFL/VFLW level football as well as a myriad of community and local partners.”

The facility will come alive this summer, having already housed the club’s inaugural AFLW game, while the opening game of the Marsh Series set to take place tonight against Hawthorn.

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“We’re thrilled to sign on as naming rights partner for the next three years,” RSEA Safety, Managing Director Brandon Chizik said.

“Having started our business just a stone’s throw from RSEA Park, we know the incredible support the community can give.

“We’re really looking forward to housing not only national level football, but also grassroots competition at RSEA Park for years to come.