STATESBORO, Ga. – Net World Sports, a leading international sports equipment provider, has provided South Georgia Tormenta FC's Statesboro Academy with elite FORZA training equipment ahead of the 2021 season.
"Thanks to Net World Sports/FORZA for donating high-level training equipment to be used in our Statesboro Academy," Jorge Gonzalez, Tormenta FC Assistant Coach, said. "We are excited to have this brand provide us with tools that our coaches can use to develop their respective team and also myself to use to develop our whole community and Academy teams. Always fantastic to see a U.K. brand investing in the growth of soccer in the U.S."
Net World Sports not only produce their outstanding FORZA soccer equipment, but provide products for almost every sport. With 12 different brands and over 7,000 products Net World Sports cover golf, football, baseball, tennis, basketball and hockey right through to hot tubs, pools and more! Net World Sports' ethos is simple; continuous innovation to provide new and niche products to the mass market as quickly and as efficiently as possible. They currently supply to more than 100 countries and manufacture over 100,000 FORZA soccer goals every year! This puts them in the number one spot as the world's soccer goal supplier.
Alex Lovén, Managing Director and Founder of Net World Sports is delighted to supply Tormenta FC’s academy with training equipment and said “It’s great to be supporting the development of youth soccer players in an environment that provides them with the opportunity to go on and play at the highest level possible. Young enthusiastic players need to be able to explore their full potential of becoming a professional soccer player and Tormenta FC are doing a great job of making this happen”.
Committed to raising the level of soccer locally and across the country, Tormenta FC Academy has programs available from age two all the way up to age 19 and is the only youth academy in South Georgia and the Lowcountry of South Carolina with a path to the professional ranks. Over the years, TFC Academy has helped many talented players on their paths to higher levels of the game, whether it be Indiana Vassilev in the English Premier League with Aston Villa FC, Paolo Alcocer in the Bolivian Primera División with Club Bolívar or James Brighton, a rising talent in the collegiate ranks at Clemson University. In 2019, midfielder Tristan DeLoach became the first TFC Academy talent to sign a professional academy contract with the professional USL League One team, followed by his peers midfielder Grant Hampton and goalkeeper Stephen O’Hearn in 2020.
You can view Net World Sports’ full range of soccer equipment by visiting https://www.networldsports.com/soccer.html.