Monthly Archives: March 2014

How To Clean Soccer Uniforms in 5 Easy Steps.

Grass stains on soccer jerseyGrass stains got you down? Is your kit more messy than Messi? Don’t despair! Keeping your soccer jerseys and soccer uniforms clean can be easy, if you just follow a few simple steps.

STEP ONE: Purchase Code Four Athletics soccer uniforms. Wear. Win. Repeat.
STEP TWO (OK, now we’re serious): Rinse and scrub as much dirt-n-grime off as you can.
STEP THREE: Fill your sink with warm water with a bit of laundry detergent and one cup of baking soda. Then soak the uniform for an hour or so; longer (overnight) if possible.
STEP FOUR: Wash the uniform by itself using cold water in your washer.
STEP FIVE: When the washer is finished, remove the uniform promptly and allow to air-dry (I.E. don’t put it in the dryer).
DO NOT use bleach, as this may adversely affect fabric or logo/number coloring.

 

 

Code Four customer spotlight: Ben Franklin H.S. (New Orleans) wins state soccer championship.

by Mike Carter

We’d like to give a big shout out and virtual fist bump to the Ben Franklin H.S. (New Orleans, LA)  boys’ AND girls’ soccer teams, who last week won their respective Division II LHSAA State Soccer Championships. The girls won their final match 2-0, and then one day later the boys finished with a thrilling 3-2 overtime victory. It’s the second time in 10 years that the school has swept a state soccer championship.

The crowd cheers Ben Franklin H.S. on to victory.

We recently outfitted the teams in our Viper soccer warmups (shown here on some front-row fans), which no doubt aided in the victories.

OK, we took a little creative license there, but the players sure looked great and kept warm on the sidelines!

Check out this cool highlight video from the boys’ win: