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Scottish Football receives a boost with new equipment partnership with FORZA

The agreement will equip Scotland's national teams with FORZA's top-of-the-line training gear, ensuring players have the resources to compete at the highest level.

The Scottish Football Association (SFA), the governing body of football in Scotland, has signed a two-year deal with FORZA, a leading sports equipment supplier, to elevate the training experience for the national teams and support the growth of the sport across Scotland.

This official partnership designates FORZA as the SFA’s preferred supplier of goalposts and training equipment. The agreement, with the possibility of extension, will equip Scotland’s national teams with top-of-the-line training gear, ensuring players have the resources they need to hone their skills and compete at the highest level.

Hampden Park, the iconic national stadium, will also receive a significant upgrade. A pair of FORZA Stadium Box Goals will be installed, enhancing the playing experience for both athletes and spectators.

Sam Williams, Sales & Commercial Manager at FORZA, said, “We at FORZA are thrilled to join forces with the Scottish FA. We look forward to supporting the development of football throughout Scotland, not just for the national teams, but also through grassroots community initiatives. We wish the men’s national team the best of luck in their upcoming EURO 2024 campaign!”

This collaboration marks a positive step forward for Scottish football. The SFA’s partnership with FORZA ensures that players have access to the best equipment available, while also fostering the growth of the sport at the community level.

FORZA is a brand dedicated to providing football equipment for players of all abilities. The brand’s passion for the beautiful game is evident in its extensive product range, which includes training equipment, coaching aids, and of course, its renowned football goals.

Currently, the Scottish men’s national team is gearing up for the UEFA EURO 2024. The Tartan Army are placed in Group A alongside Hungary, Switzerland and the host, Germany. The team will be in action in the inaugural match of the tournament against the Germans on June 15 at 12:30 AM IST.

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