Northern NSW Football has announced Mitre as its exclusive match and training ball supplier for the next three years.
Mitre are an iconic global football brand founded in Huddersfield, England in 1817.
The company is one of the oldest of its type in the world and focuses on football, specialising in footballs.
Mitre have pushed boundaries since its foundation and strived to make sports equipment better. Two centuries on, the same impulse powers everything they do.
NNSWF is the latest organisation to join Mitre’s stable of partners. A number of the world’s biggest football organisations and competitions use Mitre footballs including the English Football League, the Scottish Professional Football League, the FA Cup and Australia Cup.
Mitre will be NNSWF’s exclusive match and training ball supplier for the next three years which includes being the official football for NNSWF premier competitions including NPL Men’s NNSW, NPL Women’s NNSW and HIT106.9 Northern League One, Premier Youth League as well as Football Five5.
Sportsmart Group Director Gerrard Woods said Mitre were thrilled to partner with NNSWF.
“Mitre is thrilled to partner with Northern NSW Football as the exclusive match and training ball supplier,” Woods said.
“Northern NSW has a rich football heritage and Mitre is proud to partner with the member federation which will see the iconic Mitre Ultimax football return as the official match ball of NPL Northern NSW.
“Featuring Mitre's new HypersealTM technology, the Ultimax is Mitre's most advanced and precise ball ever.”
NNSWF Interim CEO Peter Haynes said he was delighted to align NNSWF with such an iconic global football brand.
“Everyone in football knows and respects Mitre as a brand and we’re thrilled to join the Mitre family,” Haynes said.
“The quality of Mitre footballs is second to none and it’s a relationship we’d love to see grow in the future.”
All NNSWF member clubs have access to discounted ball purchases HERE.
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