QUAKERTOWN, Penn. (July 23, 2014) – Kwik Goal has finalized an agreement with Canada Women’s National Team Midfielder Diana Matheson which names Matheson as a Kwik Goal Player Representative. Some of the projects that Diana will be undertaking with Kwik Goal include: A Diana Matheson interview series produced by Kwik Goal, appearances for several social media events, including Twitter takeovers and Google+ hangouts and short video clips from Diana on how she trains with Kwik Goal equipment.
“We are thrilled to be able to welcome Diana to the Kwik Goal family as our first ever Canada-born Player Representative, commented James J. Pepe, Marketing Communications Manager for Kwik Goal. Diana has become synonymous with the Canadian Women’s National Team. She is a great on-field leader who displays a work ethic that is second to none. We look forward to supporting Diana through the two biggest women’s soccer tournaments coming to Canada and Brazil in the next few years.
“After using Kwik Goal products for years in training and games, I am excited to join the Kwik Goal team. Their tremendous range of equipment and gear helps me take my training to the next level and ensures that I’m at my best. I look forward to sharing my training insights and showing fans some of the ways you can train with Kwik Goal equipment” commented Diana.
Kwik Goal manufactures soccer goals, field and training equipment, team seating, as well as accessories for coaches, referees and players at all levels. Kwik Goal is an Official Supplier to the Canadian Soccer Association, and Official Partner to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and ESPN Disney’s Wide World of Sports and a Technical Partner to U.S. Soccer. Kwik Goal was founded on Long Island, NY in 1981. Its headquarters have been in Quakertown, PA since 1989. To view the full line of Kwik Goal equipment, visit Kwikgoal.com. You can follow Kwik Goal on social media on Facebook: KwikGoal, Twitter: @KwikGoal, Instagram: @KwikGoal, LinkedIn and Google+.
Diana Matheson is a current member of the Canada Women’s National Team. She has appeared in 164 games for her country since 2003 and has scored 15 goals, including a dramatic stoppage time winner against France in the Bronze Medal game at the London Olympics in 2012. Diana plays her club soccer for the Washington Spirit of the NWSL and has scored 7 goals in 17 appearances this season. You can follow Diana on Twitter: @DMatheson8.