Cincinnati FC and Science in Sport announce partnership for the 2021 season
SiS named “Official Performance Nutrition Partner of FC Cincinnati”
Cincinnati FC announced today that it is partnering with Science in Sport (SiS) as the club’s official performance nutrition partner.
“I am very happy that we are working with FC Cincinnati. At Science in Sport we have the ambition to become the point of contact for elite institutions and athletes around the world. This partnership accelerates our commitment to support all pro soccer teams and to work at the height of professional soccer. “Sam Driver, Global Sales Director” I’m excited to see what role Science in Sport will play in developing the team this year. We look forward to working closely with the team and introducing new, exciting innovations this year to lead the team to success. “
Founded in 1992 and based in London, the company aims to offer a range of nutritional products that help athletes perform at their best. SiS is the first and only brand to receive an advanced accreditation from Informed Sport. This three-part approach to the entire SiS product line tests all raw materials, blind tests on end products and unannounced audits of production facilities, thus contributing to extremely high standards. This was something that caught the attention of the Cincinnati FC sports department.
“Ensuring the health and safety of our players is a top priority for our club,” said Gary Walker, Director of Sports Performance. “It is important for us to work with a company that batch tests each and every one of their products and ensures that no product we offer our players is cross-contaminated with a prohibited substance.”
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