Like St. George’s Park itself, innovation is what drives Nike.
The world’s leading sports company, Nike has developed ground-breaking football products such as the Mercurial Vapor and Green Speed football boots, high-visibility footballs and kits that use environmentally sustainable materials. Now Nike is proud to extend its commitment to innovation and involvement in football through its exciting partnership with The FA and support of St. George’s Park.
The company looks forward to helping England teams at every level and playing its part to help develop future generations of English footballers. Nike already partners with some of the leading federations, clubs and players in the football world. England internationals Wayne Rooney, Ashley Cole, James Milner, Theo Walcott and Danny Welbeck are just a few of the players who wear the famous ‘Swoosh’. Nike will also support the next generation of male and female talent in their quest for international honours – players such as Alex Oxlade-
Chamberlain, Raheem Sterling and Ellen White were all working with Like St. George’s Park itself, innovation is what drives Nike.
Nike long before they made their club and international debuts. Nike’s commitment to youth football is not confined to the international game or professional clubs – the Nike Premier Cup and Nike Academy are two examples of working with football at all levels and investing in the future of English football – a philosophy shared by everyone at St. George’s Park. Marc van Pappelendam, VP/GM Nike UK & Ireland commented: “St. George’s Park is a key component of Nike’s partnership with The FA and this world-class facility gives English football a wonderful opportunity for future development. We look forward to working closely with The FA to ensure that all those who come to St. George’s Park have the best possible experience, whether it’s the junior sides working in the gyms, the full England squad training on the grass pitches or youth coaches studying in classrooms.”
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