official announcement: partnership with Diaza

We’re really ecstatic about this one.

smallworld soccer can announce that effective today, April 27, we’ve signed a one-month sponsorship deal with Diaza.

An independent soccer outfitter who’s risen to new heights since rebranding from GingaZone last year, Diaza is a company we’re very excited to be partnered with. We’ve seen their work with clubs in Danny’s neck of the woods such as Atletico Atlanta and Seas Jamaica, and since then, they’ve only added more and more beautiful end products to their portfolio.

It’s an honor to get to help introduce them to more clubs in the lower-league scene and let more people experience what they call the Diaza Mentality.

Stay tuned for more on what that means and Diaza’s identity, because we’ve got plenty of content coming your way to help introduce them to you.

Here’s what Diaza themselves say about the partnership:

Diaza is happy to work together with smallworld. They bring positive and professional content for the lower-league soccer community. With a very similar mentality, we want to highlight and talk about all our Diaza teams, and who can do it better than them? Just like us, they give the same value and importance to all the great lower-league soccer teams. We admire and love the commitment and work they put into each post.

We could get used to hearing that more often!

If it wasn’t already clear from that snippet, this is a passionate group of people who are fans first and want to use Diaza as a way to make the lower-league community better.

You can find Diaza’s info in our social media bios, and as previously mentioned, stick with us over the next few weeks and you’ll learn much more about who Diaza is and why we think they’re so special in a competitive sportswear market.

Stay weird and support local soccer (and those supporting the supporters)!


Danny and Josh

By danny kotula

danny kotula is an aspiring sports writer and play-by-play commentator. unfortunately, he is not good at either one. his interests include watching soccer and listening to obscure music genres, and those aren’t even his most boring ones. he was born in Tacoma, Washington but has called South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, California, Georgia, and Costa Rica home over the course of his life. he generally knows where to put a comma, which is by far his most redeeming quality. he is writing this in third person as if he were famous enough for someone to write him a biography, but don’t be fooled. he’s not famous.

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