Kwik Goal has finalized an agreement with U.S. Men’s National Team and Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan which names Guzan as a Kwik goal player representative. Guzan will be providing blogs for describing his experiences with the U.S. Men’s National Team throughout 2014. In addition, Guzan will interact with fans on Kwik Goal’s Twitter and Google + accounts at selected times throughout next year.
The memorable image of Guzan playing in the now infamous “SnowClasico” when the U.S. defeated Costa Rica in blizzard conditions this past March will be the featured photo of the 2014 Kwik Goal catalog cover.
“We are happy to welcome Brad to the Kwik Goal family,” commented James J. Pepe, Director of Marketing for Kwik Goal. “Brad’s career and performance on the pitch have been on an upward trajectory for a number of years now with both Aston Villa and the U.S. National Team. We are proud to partner our company with a great player, and more importantly a great person.”
“I am excited to start this great partnership with Kwik Goal” said Guzan. “It is a fantastic company with genuine people that provide not only professionals but the youth of our country-a great product to help develop the sport of soccer.” 
Kwik Goal manufactures soccer goals, field and training equipment, team seating, as well as accessories for coaches, referees and players at all levels. Kwik Goal is a Technical Partner to the U.S. Men’s National Team, and Kwik Goal equipment is used by the team in training and on the field for every home U.S. Soccer match. Kwik Goal is an Official Partner to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and ESPN Disney’s Wide World of Sports, and an Official Supplier to the Canadian Soccer Association. Kwik Goal was founded on Long Island, NY in 1981. Its headquarters have been in Quakertown, PA since 1989. To view the full line of Kwik Goal equipment, visit You can follow Kwik Goal on social media on Facebook: KwikGoal, Twitter: @KwikGoal, Instagram: @KwikGoal, LinkedIn and Google+.
Guzan is a current member of the U.S. Men’s National Team. He received the first of his 24 international caps when the U.S. played Guatemala in Frisco, Texas, on February 19, 2006. Brad was the goalkeeper in the now infamous “SnowClasico” match against Costa Rica, keeping a clean sheet in a 1-0 win. Four days later, he played the full 90 minutes as the U.S. played Mexico to a 0-0 draw at Estadio Azteca, marking only the second time in history that the U.S. took a point away to Mexico in World Cup Qualifying. He has earned a remarkable five shutouts in eight career appearances in qualifying. At the club level, Guzan is currently the starting goalkeeper for Aston Villa F.C. of the Barclays Premier League. He has made over 50 appearances in league play since joining the club in 2008.