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Softball Canada – Mississauga, Ont. – Mizuno Canada and Softball Canada are very pleased to announce a new multi-year partnership that will see Mizuno become the Official On-Field Apparel Supplier to Softball Canada’s Women’s National Team – which includes both the Women’s and Junior Women’s programs.
 
“We are extremely excited and proud to support our National Team’s dream of competing against the world’s best softball players. We have worked alongside Softball Canada for many years and we are looking forward to partnering with them for many more to further enhance the development of the sport of Softball in Canada” said Dave Bartlett, Director of Sales and Marketing Team Sports Mizuno Canada LTD.
 
Mizuno Canada and Softball Canada will work closely together to design top quality uniforms that will showcase Softball Canada’s brand internationally through the 2019 season and beyond. As the Official On-Field Apparel Supplier to Softball Canada’s Women’s National Teams, Mizuno will supply jerseys, pants, socks, belts and a custom warm up hoodie that will be worn for international play. The agreement also includes a retail component that will allow fans an opportunity to support the Women’s National Teams program.
 
“Mizuno has been a long-standing supporter of Softball Canada and we appreciate all of their contributions to our National Team programs” stated Mark Smith, Softball Canada’s High-Performance Director and Women’s National Team Head Coach. “We look forward to continuing to work with them closely to ensure our Women’s National Teams look and play their very best on the field.”
 
Canada is currently ranked 3rd in the WBSC Women’s Softball World Rankings. The 2019 season will see them compete at the Canada Cup International Softball Championship (July 8-14 in Surrey, B.C.), the Pan American Games (August 4-10 in Lima, Peru) and the WBSC Americas Softball Qualifier (August 25 to September 1 in Surrey, B.C.), where the top two teams will qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
 
The Canadian Junior Women’s National Team will also be competing at the Canada Cup International Softball Championship (July 8-14 in Surrey, B.C.), the WBSC Junior Women’s Softball World Cup (August 11-17 in Irvine, Calif.) and the WBSC Americas Qualifier (October 10-20 in Barranquilla, Colombia).

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For more information, please contact:

Gilles LeBlanc
Manager – Marketing & Communications
Softball Canada
p: (613) 523-3386 ext. 3105 | m: (613) 795-1996
w: www.softball.ca | e: gleblanc@softball.ca