Footie First FC rope in GoalSquad as Kit Sponsors for the new season

Footie First FC

Newly promoted MDFA 2nd division side, Footie First FC have acquired in leading football merchandise Goalsquad as the new Kit sponsors for the new season

While millions harbour dreams of becoming sports champs, many things have to fall in place perfectly for anybody to even become a pro sportsperson. That’s why the focus at Footie First isn’t really about churning out professional footballers. Instead, they channel their efforts towards sharing their love for football by making training sessions fun, challenging and inclusive.

In keeping with this commitment, Footie First have announced that their kit sponsors for the 2019-20 season will be leading football merchandise website! is a website for football fans like us to get access to fabulous original merchandise from the world’s biggest clubs!

Speaking on the partnership, Aashay Shah, Director & Founder, said:

“As an organisation that exist dedicatedly for football fans, GoalSquad is delighted to be working with Footie First to nurture the next generation of football lovers.”

While the market is flooded with poor quality duplicate goods, brings fans closer to their favourite football teams with high-quality, original merchandise from the world’s biggest clubs.

So whether it’s an Arsenal tie, a Barca boot bag, a Liverpool captain’s arm band or a Juventus mini bar set, is where it’s at.

In addition to renowned clubs from across the globe, are also merchandise partners for Indian Super League (ISL) club, Jamshedpur FC. In light of this, Footie First Academy Director, Ajeya Row said:

“It’s a matter of great pride for us to have as our kit sponsors. It’s important for a grassroots academy like ours to get as much support as possible and keep our training accessible to children from every strata of society. This partnership with will enable us to stay true to our objectives.”

It is exciting times at Footie First. For a grassroots academy to get a kit sponsor is no mean feat. While it will serve as a great source of motivation for them to work harder and keep improving, it also provides a sense of validation that they are indeed moving in the right direction.

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