Posted by Code Four Athletics on 30th Jun 2016
We've been proud and privileged to outfit Maximum Velocity FC, an up-and-coming soccer club based in New England. The team sports our Nova soccer uniform kit, shown here in action with the contrasting black jersey and red shorts. Way to go, guys!
Note: This post is courtesy of Code Four Athletics Soccer Uniforms, a Seattle area-based soccer specialty brand of soccer uniforms, soccer jerseys , warm-ups and soccer gear. Visit their online soccer store to see their entire selection of gear, or call toll free 1-888-411-3687. Thank you.
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