September 06, 2019 1 min read

More club news, and this time it's Sunderland who have continued relationship with Soccer Supplement for the 2019-2020 campaign.

UK based Soccer Supplement develop and offer a range of products that aim to deliver elite performance on the pitch and complete recovery away from it.

Paul Walsh, Sunderland First Team Sports Scientist, said: “We’re very happy to continue to work with Soccer Supplement as our performance supplement supplier. Their products have integrated well into our food-based nutritional strategies to support the Lads’ preparation and recovery.



“Continuity is important and over the course of a very demanding season, high quality food, the correct recovery and Informed Sport accredited supplements, are important to ensuring our players sustain the very highest level of performance.”

These comments were echoed by Soccer Supplement commercial director, Mark Britton; “Sunderland are such an iconic club we were thrilled to work with them last season, it’s great to renew and build our relationship over years – it was a big part of why we wanted to work with Sunderland in the first place, the values of the club echo ours. We are looking forward to a very successful season working with the first team and offering benefits to the fans.”

 

 



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