Monmouth County, New Jersey – Admiral Sports one of the leading performance apparel and equipment brands in the US announced on Friday an official athletic apparel agreement with Monmouth Generals FC.

“We’re excited to expand our presence in the soccer hotbed of New Jersey,” Admiral Sports CEO Paul Hamburger stated.  “We are looking forward to working with Monmouth Generals, one of the premier programs in the entire state.  Like Admiral, they are leaders in the beautiful game.”

Monmouth Generals FC is an amateur soccer club that will represent Monmouth County, New Jersey in the Garden State Soccer League Summer League in their inaugural season this summer.  The Garden State Soccer League is the most popular amateur soccer league in New Jersey.  

"We are excited to announce Admiral as our club uniform provider. We chose Admiral not only for the quality of their uniforms, but also because we are aligned in our mission and core values of what an amateur soccer organization should possess: integrity, commitment, and community involvement.” said Monmouth Generals FC owner John Frusciante. “Working with Admiral has several benefits. The club gets a unique custom kit that reflects our brand.  They also offer our players and fans an easy way to order team and spirit wear online.”

Admiral is a legendary brand, having been worn by some of the biggest names in the sporting world.  The England National Team, Manchester United, and the New York Cosmos are just some of the clubs that once donned Admiral. In fact, Admiral has supplied most of the current EPL teams in addition to being the largest brand in the original NASL.  The company, a pioneering brand in the truest sense, was recently the subject of a TV documentary called Get Shirty

Today Admiral is a major player in the North American and international markets.  The company is one of the largest soccer brands supplying professional teams, top youth clubs and academies in the U.S. and Canada.  Admiral has been innovating in the soccer market since 1914 and will continue to do so in 2018 and beyond.