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Carlton’s home remains an Ikon

Carlton extends Ikon partnership Carlton's home will remain Ikon Park for at least the next five years after extending the partnership with IKON Services Australia.

CARLTON Football Club is pleased to announce it has extended its proud partnership with IKON Services Australia for a further five years.

The long-term agreement coincides with the $15 million in federal funding announced on Sunday that will go towards cementing Ikon Park as the home of women’s football. 

Since 2015, Ikon has been the naming rights partner of the spiritual home of the Blues and today’s announcement will extend that partnership to a total of 10 years. 

In addition to being the Club’s Official Venue partner, Ikon is a proud AFLW Foundation partner and Carlton in Business member.


Founded in 1999 and with corporate head offices in Melbourne and Sydney, IKON Services Australia is the product of 40-plus years’ experience with an established reputation as an industry leader in providing tailored cleaning, property and hygiene services as well as waste management.

Ikon is contracted to several high-profile clients, including; Melbourne Airport, Crown Casino, Federation Square, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, The Star Sydney and the National Gallery of Victoria.

Built on a philosophy to inspire others, Ikon was named in the top 40 Most Innovative Companies in Australia and New Zealand in 2017.

Carlton CEO Cain Liddle said Carlton was delighted to extend its partnership with Ikon for a further five years.

“Ikon is a core part of the Carlton family and this announcement ensures their connection to our Club extends to a decade-long affiliation,” Liddle said.

“George and his team at Ikon are passionate about what they do and their support of our football club is valued and appreciated by us all. To have their name adorned on our spiritual home is a perfect fit and one we are proud to see continue.” 

Ikon Managing Director George Tahan said the company was proud to continue its association with the Club.

“Everyone at Ikon is thrilled to continue our long-standing relationship with Carlton Football Club and the iconic home of the Blues,” Tahan said.

“As our organisation continues to grow across Australia, our alliance with Carlton has helped open some fantastic business opportunities.”

“Sunday’s federal funding announcement further heightens the excitement we feel about the future of both Carlton and Ikon Park.”