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OFSAA Continues Partnership With Molten

Dec 20, 2017 | Uncategorized

 

OFSAA and Molten are pleased to announce a new three-year partnership that will see Molten serve as the official soccer ball of OFSAA.

 

“Molten is honored to continue our longstanding relationship with the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) and thanks them for their overwhelming support and partnership,” stated Jeff Keyes, Sales Director of Molten USA. “We will continue our work to provide the highest quality and value products to the coaches, athletes, and membership of OFSAA.”

 

The new agreement introduces Molten’s most advanced soccer ball – the F5G 4800 – as the official ball to be used exclusively in all OFSAA-sanctioned boys and girls soccer championships and events.

 

“We are delighted to continue this partnership with Molten,” said OFSAA’s Manager of Sport, Shamus Bourdon. ”We are certain that the advanced F5G 4800 soccer ball will continue to have a significant and positive impact on the quality of play throughout our boys and girls championships in the spring. We are grateful for Molten’s support.”

 

About Molten USA, Inc.

Since 1958, the Molten Corporation has been providing the highest quality athletic balls to the most prestigious sporting events in the world. The Molten Corporation manufactures a wide range of athletic balls in several sport categories – including volleyball, soccer, and basketball. Molten is an official soccer ball of the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO), the official ball of FIBA (International Basketball Federation), also the official volleyball of the NCAA Volleyball Championships, USA Volleyball and numerous state associations, collegiate conferences, collegiate programs, and junior sports programs. For more information on Molten USA, Inc., please visit www.moltenusa.com.

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