Following the deal, the high-tech water bottle brand will be assisting both men’s and women’s wings of the Brisbane-based club by providing technology-oriented water bottles, which will help them to be hydrated.
The football veteran Archie Thompson of the Socceroos and Andrew Nabbout of Melbourne City FC are two famous players who have already used AQUAME. Brisbane Roar are likewise interested in giving their players the best facilities possible to enhance their performance.
Kaz Patafta, Chief Executive Officer, Brisbane Roar, said, “We are proud to partner with AQUAME and believe these high-tech water bottles will greatly contribute to player wellbeing on and off the pitch. As a club we strive to see players have the best products at their fingertips to perform their best. We look forward to growing this partnership with AQUAME.”
Steve Aidun Xie, Founder, AQUAME, commented, “We are thrilled to partner with Brisbane Roar, a significant milestone in revolutionising the role of data in modern sports. In today’s competitive sporting landscape, the understanding and optimisation of athlete hydration remain underexplored. Our collaboration is set to bridge this gap by leveraging cutting-edge technology to collect vital hydration data.
He also added, “This partnership is more than just an alliance; it’s a step towards filling a crucial void in sports tech by integrating effective hydration plans into athletes’ routines. The insights gained from working with a professional club like Brisbane Roar are invaluable. They will be instrumental in refining our new hydration analysis software, designed to empower sporting clubs globally. This tool will not only analyse but also illuminate how precise hydration planning can elevate athletes to their peak performance. We are excited to be at the forefront of this groundbreaking development, contributing to enhanced athletic achievements and wellbeing.”
With the help of an AI-enhanced smartphone, AQUAME is a tech-integrated water bottle that provides UVC sanitation, drink reminders, and real-time tracking for the best possible hydration.
The Brisbane-based club is currently standing in the second spot and will be looking to enhance its performance against Western United FC on Friday, December 15.