Monthly Archives: May 2013

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Note: This post is courtesy of Code Four Athletics Soccer Uniforms, a Seattle area-based soccer specialty brand of soccer uniforms, soccer jerseys, warm-ups and soccer gear. Visit their online soccer store to see their entire selection of gear, or call toll free 1-888-411-3687. Thank you.

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The ABC’s of how to buy school soccer uniforms.

Note: This post is courtesy of Code Four Athletics Soccer Uniforms, a Seattle area-based soccer specialty brand of soccer uniforms, soccer jerseys, warm-ups and soccer gear. Visit their online soccer store to see their entire selection of gear, or call toll free 1-888-411-3687. Thank you.

Looking for quality soccer uniforms for your school, at a price that won’t break your budget? Look no further than Code Four Athletics, a soccer specialty brand that offers its exclusive collection of soccer jerseys, shorts, uniforms, warmups and gear directly to schools across the United States.

Getting your team geared up can be done in 5 easy steps:

1) Visit our website at CodeFourAthletics.com, in particular our Soccer Kit Specials page which shows some great deals on full jersey / short / sock uniform kits.

2) See before you buy: Just call us and we’ll gladly loan out samples of our soccer uniforms at no charge, so you, the coaches and players can see what you’re getting before you commit a dime. It’s a great no-risk way to not only see specific styles and colors, but also get a range of sizes so you can make an informed decision on how to order your size breakdown based upon our specifications.

3) Have or need a logo? Contact one of our professional team representatives at toll free 1-888-411-3687 and they’ll help put together the necessary customization including a soccer logo for your uniforms.

4) Submit your order; it should arrive in just 2-3 weeks. In addition to standard payment methods, we also accept school purchase orders. We can individually polybag each uniform kit and label it by number, for easy distribution and identification. We keep meticulous records for each team, so if you need to add a few more uniforms, or just need to fill in soccer jerseys, we can easily match the rest of the team.

5) Play on!

School soccer uniforms as worn by the Pioneer MIddle School Pirates.

The Pirates of Pioneer Middle School (Steilacoom, WA) proudly wear Code Four Athletics soccer uniforms.

Thanks for having us at the Yak Attack soccer tournament!

Note: This post is courtesy of Code Four Athletics Soccer Uniforms, a Seattle area-based soccer specialty brand of soccer uniforms, soccer jerseys, warm-ups and soccer gear. Visit their soccer website to see their entire selection of gear, or call toll free 1-888-411-3687. Thank you.

Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth at this past weekend’s Yak Attack soccer tournament in Yakima, WA. The teams that took part in the Mardi Gras theme soccer uniform contest, one of which is shown here, were all great. Kudos to Gregg and his crew for starting this fun-filled tournament over 10 years ago, and keeping it going strong. Play On!

Yak Attack soccer uniform contest team

 

Video update on the British soccer team that lost 55-0.

Note: This post is courtesy of Code Four Athletics Soccer Uniforms, a Seattle area-based soccer specialty brand of soccer uniforms, soccer jerseys, warm-ups and soccer gear. Visit their soccer website to see their entire selection of gear, or call toll free 1-888-411-3687. Thank you.

A couple of years ago we came across the story of Madron FC of Britain’s Cornwall Mining League whose keeper, on average, picked the ball out of his own net once every 4.36 minutes. The team suffered 27-0 and 27-1 defeats before succumbing to a monumental, spirit-crushing 55-0 thrashing.

Rumor has it they’re still pretty bad, but you can’t help but like these guys as evidenced by this wonderful video about the Club.

Street Project Child uses soccer to attain lofty goal.

Note: This post is courtesy of Code Four Athletics Soccer Uniforms, a Seattle area-based soccer specialty brand of soccer uniforms, soccer jerseys, warm-ups and soccer gear. Visit their soccer website to see their entire selection of gear, or call toll free 1-888-411-3687. Thank you.

One of our Code Four customers recently bought some of our soccer jerseys to take to Uganda, as part of a volunteer effort for the Street Project Child. The non-profit organization primarily uses the arts to educate and rehabilitate Ugandan street children, so they may be transformed and empowered to become agents of social change in their communities.

The beautiful game also plays a major role in shaping the their lives. Check out this great photo featuring some of our soccer jerseys, one of our T-shirts and, more importantly, lots and lots of smiles!

Street Project Child Soccer Players Code Four Athletics

Catch the Code Four Soccer Car at the Yak Attack Soccer Tournament!

We’re proud and privileged to be invited back to the Yak Attack 5-v-5 Soccer Tournament, taking place Saturday and Sunday, May 18-19 at Chesterley Park in Yakima, WA. It’s one of the most fun events around, as evidenced by their official motto: “If your coach doesn’t know how to have fun, GO WITHOUT THE COACH!”

We’ll have our Cool Soccer Ball Car on hand, along with some great deals on soccer jerseys, soccer shorts and more. We’ll also be sponsoring the ever-popular Code Four Athletics Soccer Uniform Contest, in which teams who dress up in accordance with the tournament’s theme can win a gift certificate toward our own soccer uniforms.

For a taste of what’s in store, check out this video. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop on by!

Portland Timbers make young soccer player’s dream come true.

In one of the most heartwarming stories of the year, the Portland Timbers made 8-year-old Atticus Lane-Dupre’s dream come true, playing an exhibition against a Make-A-Wish foundation team of children. According to The Oregonian, Atticus learned he had cancer last fall, and his wish was to play a game of soccer against his favorite team, the Timbers. Pitted against MLS stars like Darlington Nagbe and Will Johnson,  Atticus scored four goals, including the game-winner, in a 10-9 victory over the Timbers.