Harrod UK said supplying St George’s Park National Football Centre with goals and team shelters was the icing on the cake for a company that also provided product for London 2012.
The FA’s centre of excellence was officially opened this week by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The 330 acre site, which costs £105 million to build, features 11 external pitches, five of which have floodlighting and undersoil heating, a full size indoor 3G pitch and a multisport indoor hall with a 60m x 40m sprung floor with capacity for Futsal and partially sighted football.
“2012 has been a fantastic year for ‘Made in Britain’ and the summer Games epitomised what the UK is capable of,” says Les Saunders, Harrod UK’s sales and marketing director.
“We were very privileged to play a small part in their huge success.
“To supply another world class venue like St George’s Park so soon after London 2012 is the icing on the cake for our company.”