Palmers Relocations join AFL Europe

AFL Europe is excited to announce a new partnership with Palmers Relocations, who are coming on board in 2019.

For more than 40 years Palmers Relocations has specialised in providing both domestic and international removals & relocation services within Australia. This even extends to include fine arts and wine storage from their Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane offices. Working in alignment with PSS International Removals, one of Palmers Relocations main areas of focus is assisting its customers that are moving from Australia, while PSS International Removals work with handling all the outbound shipments from the UK.

The announcement of this partnership continues AFL Europe’s relationship with a number of partners in Australia with the goal of continuing to connect and grow the accessibility of Australian Football to the European continent.

“We at Palmers Relocations Australia take great pride in supporting AFL Europe. To see our national game expand into Europe is a testament to the efforts of the AFL. We as an organisation and Australians couldn’t be prouder to support AFL Europe in this journey,” said Palmers Relocations Australia General Manager Kieran O’Hara.

As part of this partnership, Palmers Relocations support AFL Europe through the shipping of matchday and training footballs from Australia to our office in London and the transportation of other footballing goods.

“We are excited to have Palmers Relocations join us and their support will ensure we continue to grow the great game of AFL throughout Europe. Palmers Relocations join us in conjunction with PSS International Removals. They both work in partnership to assist first time and returning migrants making the move, with PSS International handling all the outbound shipments from the UK and Palmers Relocations assisting clients to move from Australia to the UK. Palmers Relocations have already provided us with a fantastic service when shipping footballs from Australia and we look forward to working with them further in the years to come,” said AFL Europe General Manager Ryan Davey.