SF Glens

Capelli Sport to Become the Official Apparel and Equipment Supplier for SF Glens

Capelli Sport is excited to announce a new partnership with San Francisco Glens Soccer Club. According to the terms of this deal, Capelli Sport will become the official and exclusive provider of training apparel, uniforms, and equipment for the San Francisco, CA–based club. Beginning in the 2023-24 Fall season and running for four years, this partnership will see the SF Glens wearing Capelli Sport kits as they take the field for the first time at their new, soccer-specific Treasure Island facility.

With 1,100 youth and adult players competing on over 90 teams, the SF Glens are the largest and most diverse soccer club in the city. Founded in 1961, they have a history of success on the pitch that rivals any club on the West Coast. The SF Glens currently field teams that compete in MLS Next, NORCAL, NPL, USL Academy, USLW, and USL2. In the past four years alone, 74 Glens players have gone on to play at the collegiate level, sign a pro contract, or be selected in Major League Soccer’s SuperDraft. With a mission to provide every kid with opportunities to grow as a player and succeed at the next level, SF Glens has a robust scholarship program that ensures no athlete is turned away due to financial hardship.

Executive Director of SF Glens, Mike McNeill said:

“The San Francisco Glens are excited to usher in this new era with Capelli Sport. With the unprecedented growth our club has undergone these past few years, it’s only fitting we enter into a partnership with a rising, ambitious brand that shares our values in providing opportunities for as many players as possible in our community.”

President and CEO of Capelli Sport, George Altirs said:

“Capelli Sport is proud to partner with the SF Glens as they break in their new facilities and build upon a rich history of success. We are happy to work with a club that shares our goal of growing the game of soccer by making sure every young athlete gets a chance to learn from great coaches and compete on a level playing field.”