CHICAGO and LANGHORNE, PA – Pop Warner Little Scholars, Inc., the nation’s oldest and most prominent youth football, cheer and dance organization, has chosen Wilson Sporting Goods as its official provider of footballs for all Pop Warner games.

As part of the agreement, every Pop Warner team will play with the Wilson TDY, TDJ and K2 for Region Championships across the US and the Pop Warner Super Bowl & International Championships at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in December.

“Pop Warner has long been committed to partnering with some of the nation’s very best brands, and there aren’t many names more popular anywhere in sports than Wilson,” said Jon Butler, executive director of Pop Warner Little Scholars. “Like Pop Warner, Wilson has a long history of bringing the fun and excitement of sports to young people. We’re proud to work with such a respected organization that also makes a fantastic football.”

“Pop Warner’s dedication to young athletes across the nation is tremendous and mirrors our own love of and commitment to sports,” said Kevin Murphy, General Manager, Team Sports, Wilson. “We look forward to actively working with Pop Warner towards further enriching their football programs and supporting coaches and young student-athletes as they pursue their athletic goals.”

Pop Warner has selected the following Wilson footballs for use in its Region Championships and Pop Warner Super Bowl & International Championships:

Chicago-based Wilson Sporting Goods Co., a subsidiary of Amer Sports Corporation, is one of the world’s leading manufacturer of high performance sports equipment, apparel, bags, and accessories. The Company invents, designs and partners to create consumer-driven, best-in-class products that push sports equipment into new territories. Celebrating more than a century in sports, the Company is the Official Supplier of game footballs for the National Football League® (NFL), College Football Playoff, National Collegiate Athletic Association® (NCAA), Reese’s Senior Bowl, East-West Shrine Game, Pop Warner, and USA Football.