PARK partners with Portland based Toffee League. The Toffee League's mission to 'make football weird' makes them the perfect partner league for PARK. Check out their feed @toffeeleague for a full insight into all the weird shit they're up to... inflatable palm trees included.
PARK partnered with Redbull and the Neymar Jr Five Finals in Miami, as the offical match ball supplier. 80 balls were used during the finals, and another 80 PARK balls were passed into local disadvantaged communities in Miami.
PARK collaborated with artists as part of the Redbull 'Creators of the Game' installation.
PARK partnered with Melbourne based football and fashion photographer Aleksander Jason to create the campaign for the SS18 Post-Game collection. The capsule collection focusses on the PARK activist messages and brings them to life on 3 unisex T shirt styles for adults and 3 youth styles.
Aleks shoots under the name That Football Photog and holds down the role of Official Melbourne City photographer, as well as shooting a tonne of stuff for SoccerBible and other quality publications around the world.
PARK SS18 releases early September on Parkssc.comStyling: Sam Davy
Sometimes it's not what you know, but who you know. We've partnered with Curtis from the Pass Project in Jordan for a while and hooked us up with some of his mates heading from Florida to Las Misiones, Mexico. They went to help out with coaching at a small community soccer club, we were stoked to help out with a pass of 50 balls into their program.
A partnership with the Iraqi Soccer Project. A concerted effort has existed to rebuild the educational opportunities for the children of Iraq, but there has been little progress in the rebuilding of youth soccer leagues since Uday Hussein's disastrous rule over the nation's recreational programs. In areas of conflict in Iraq, the lack of organised activities after school creates an opportunity for the recruitment of children by extremists groups.
Just ahead of Qatar hosting the region's first World Cup in 2022, a unique opportunity exists to further utilise the enjoyment of soccer as a teaching tool to life's bigger lessons. Starting with the distribution of balls, necessary to enjoy the world's game, we can begin to reestablish the type of organised community involvement that bonds all Iraqi's regardless of background and belief.