Turface Athletics has renewed its partnership with the world's largest soccer coaches' organization, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America.
Turface Athletics, NSCAA renew partnership
Turface Athletics has renewed its partnership with the world’s largest soccer coaches’ organization, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).
“One of the ways we serve our members is to align the Association with organizations that will provide a benefit to them,” NSCAA CEO Joe Cummings said. “Turface is putting an extra emphasis on grass soccer fields and educating our members on how to best maintain their playing surfaces. They care about what they do and they care about the safety of soccer players. We are proud to continue this partnership.”
“We are committed to making grass fields safer and more playable through our complete line of conditioners,” explained Jeff Langner, brand manager for Turface. “Our products help manage moisture and prevent muddy, unsafe conditions from forming on soccer fields. The partnership with the NSCAA is another indication of the evolution of our company and our products. The NSCAA partnership puts us in a position to grow and to serve the sport of soccer … and it will help players and coaches enjoy the game of soccer as it is meant to be played.”
Turface conditioners are used from the professional level to municipal fields throughout the United States. The company’s products are widely accepted by the MLB, NFL and MLS to provide better footing and a high level of field conditioning on natural grass playing surfaces. This year, Turface celebrates 50 years of providing products and solutions to the sports field industry.
As a part of the partnership, Turface will continue to provide monthly informational pieces for NSCAA.com and will work closely with the NSCAA to provide regular targeted messages to coaches and administrators that are maintaining grass fields in a variety of climates. Langer added: “We remain confident that this relationship will benefit coaches and their athletes, and we look forward to working with the members in the coming years.”