The Football Association of Wales is pleased to announce that Net World Sports has become the Official Goal & Training Equipment Supplier to the association.
Net World Sports are a world leading producer of sports equipment, covering 28 sports and housing more than 10,000 products, 95% of which are own brand, in their new warehouse in Wrexham, North Wales.
Net World Sports innovate 100+ new products every year and are able to ship to customers in over 180 countries across the globe. They manufacture more than 100,000 of their FORZA football goals every year, earning them the title of the world’s number one football goal supplier.
As the Official Goal & Training Equipment Supplier to the FAW, Net World Sports’ FORZA products will be utilised throughout the organisation and at the Colliers Park, Dragon Park and Hensol training bases. After being chosen by FIFA, Net World Sports also supplied the Cymru Men’s National Team, along with the other 31 national teams, with FORZA training equipment, including cones, mannequins, slalom poles, and much more, throughout their FIFA World Cup Campaign.
Net World Sports will also launch a campaign to support football in Wales with a £100 equipment voucher for each club competing in a FAW National Leagues. There will also be exclusive discounts for these clubs to use on the Net World Sports website.
Ian Davis, FAW Chief Commercial and Engagement Officer, said: “This is a fantastic new partnership which will see Net World Sports provide equipment to our Cymru National Teams and our domestic clubs across the Cymru Leagues and Adran Leagues.
“We’re really excited to be working with Net World Sports, a successful company here in Wales.”
Alex Lovén MBE, Founder & CEO of Net World Sports said: “We’re thrilled to be partnering with FAW. As a business based in Wales, we’re equally as passionate about aiding the development and growth of football throughout the country. We look forward to working closely with the FAW team as we continue to support the national and domestic clubs in Wales.”