West Coast Goalkeeping balls donated to Gala FC, Snohomish Sports Dome

SMOKEY POINT, WA— Snohomish County Football Club has donated soccer balls to youth club partners Gala FC and indoor soccer partners Snohomish Sports Dome in a true team effort between players, the club, and club partners.

The club and players Steven Moseley and Andrew Escalante divided the cost of indoor soccer training balls three ways and connected with goalkeeper gear partners West Coast Goalkeeping on an order. In search of a dozen regulation size adult #5 balls, the Steelheads also ended up with a dozen #4 youth balls in a generous donation from West Coast Goalkeeping. 

Steve Moseley delivers youth soccer balls to the Snohomish Sports Dome thanks to a donation from West Coast Goalkeeping.
Steelheads youth club partner Gala FC get a donation of #4 size balls from West Coast Goalkeeping, Steelhead players and the club. From left to right: Steven Moseley (Steelhead player), Dagi Kesim (Founder of Gala FC and SnoCo FC Technical Director of Soccer and Steelheads outdoor head coach), and Chris Brown (Gala FC youth coach.)

Steven and Andrew knew right away how the Hi-Viz Tru-Flight Match youth balls could be used. They were redirected to Gala FC and the Snohomish Sports Dome for kids to get their kicks.

Snohomish County Football Club thanks West Coast Goalkeeping for helping us during non-office hours to get our training balls to us and also for donating the youth balls. This kindness allowed us in turn to thank two of our most supportive partners. In the end the kids are the winners with bright yellow soccer balls at their feet.

The Steelheads will train with West Coast Goalkeeping balls as they prepare for the club’s first season in the Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL).