Adelaide United FC is pleased to announce a new partnership with compression garment specialists Supacore.
As the club's official provider of compression gear for the next two years, Supacore will supply the players with their innovative seamless compression garments to wear during matches, training, recovery and rehabilitation.
Specialists in their field, Supacore's patented 'Coretech' shorts and leggings can improve core stability and aid with recovery of hamstring, lower back and groin related injuries.
Adelaide United General Manager - Football Operations, Michael Petrillo said the club was delighted to be associated with Supacore's innovative Coretech technology which is patented both in Australia and overseas, and who also provide compression apparel to 2012 AFL Premiers, the Sydney Swans.
"These days compression garments are a valuable and crucial part of a player's kit, whether it be during training, a game or travelling," Petrillo said.
"Supacore are an innovative new brand and leaders in their field with the technology they use in making their garments, so we're really confident in the quality of their product and that the players will benefit from wearing it."
All Reds players, including Socceroo Bruce Djite, are now wearing Supacore compression garments and have benefitted from the Coretech technology.
"Compression garments are such a vital part of our playing kit not only for match days but for travel and recovery. All the players are very happy with the new Supacore range" Djite said.
Supacore BDM Jon Kerr is very happy to partner with the Reds for two years. "We are excited that our innovative compression shorts have already had a positive impact on some of the team"