Under Armour has signed on as the official and exclusive uniform, apparel and footwear partner of USA Football, including the U.S. men’s and women’s national teams. The company will also outfit the first Olympic team for the 2028 Summer Games as flag football and USA Football’s U.S. National Teams make their Olympic debut.

“USA Football is committed to growing the game of football across all disciplines, including tackle and flag. We truly believe this partnership with Under Armour will reshape the game from the youth level to our elite national teams,” said USA Football CEO Scott Hallenbeck. “We are beyond excited to partner with Under Armour on the heels of the IOC’s announcement that football will be part of the 2028 Summer Olympics in LA. Under Armour’s commitment to performance, innovation and sustainable products will be critical to our national teams’ success, but this partnership extends far beyond just apparel and footwear.”

“Under Armour has continued to invest in the sport of football and champion opportunities for women in the sport, from announcing our first flag football Global Ambassador to providing custom uniforms for female student-athletes to funding grants for girls’ flag football programs,” said Sean Eggert, SVP of Global Sports Marketing at Under Armour. “Our partnership with USA Football takes this commitment to the next level as we provide access to the sport for the next generation of athletes.”

Under Armour made its partnership debut on the field with USA Football in late May when the U.S. Men’s and Women’s Flag National Teams convened for training camp to prepare for the International Federation of American Football’s Flag Football World Championships, which will take place in Lahti, Finland this August. The U.S. Men’s and Women’s Flag National Teams are defending World Champions. IFAF expects this year’s event to be the largest, with over 25 countries participating.

“This partnership will help develop and expand the football ecosystem through innovation and sustainability,” Hallenbeck said. “This strategic alignment between our organizations underscores a shared commitment to industry-leading standards, best practices and sports development that will create more opportunities for everyone to enjoy this great game.”

“Our goal is to provide a pathway for all athletes to participate in football from the youth level to the USA National Teams and to feel supported throughout that journey,” Eggert said. “As we look ahead, we are committed to defining the path of flag football for all athletes through a grassroots program, supporting skill development by integrating flag into our existing UA Next platform and working to expand our coaches’ network and opportunities through our ongoing partnership with the National Coalition of Minority Football Coaches.”

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