The Sydney Sixers continue to humm along off the field following last season’s second straight KFC BBL title with the expansion of another corporate partnership.
The Big Bash has joined forces with global music megastar, Tones And I, to launch the League's second decade and a bold new Sydney Sixers look from apparel partner Nike.
Experienced seamer Jackson Bird has signed a new two-year deal to remain with the Sydney Sixers, filling the last spot in the defending champion's 18-player squad for KFC BBL|11.
The Women's Big Bash League has announced Weber Barbecues, a brand synonymous with summer, family, food and fun, as the League's new naming rights partner.
Toyo Tires have renewed their partnership with the Sydney Sixers’ and this season, they will be supporting local cricket clubs and associations too with financial grants and player clinics to inspire youngsters to play and love the game.
James Vince began his Sydney Sixers career as a quiet achiever called in as an international replacement but returns to the club for KFC BBL|11 as a bone fide Big Bash superstar.
The Sydney Sixers have joined Team NSW in supporting the NSW Government’s Sport Super Sunday vaccination initiative being held this weekend for people aged 16 to 39 from the twelve local government areas of concern in Greater Sydney.
The world was told to 'Remember the Name' and now Sydney Sixers fans have even more reason not to forget Carlos Brathwaite after the hulking Barbadian re-committed to the club for KFC BBL|11.