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Our Products

At PARK, we’re big on performance, quality and social impact. We want our products to last in harsh environments, yet give you the feel and playability that you expect. Our balls are approved by Football Federation Victoria, Australia and are used by clubs around the world. The factories that make our products pay fair wages and their employees work reasonable hours. No child labour is used.






Pass-A-Ball Project

Bring a ball into a village and it creates a profound ripple effect: teaching kids resilience, teamwork and dexterity; bringing communities together; connecting those kids to billions of other fellow players. That’s why we started the Pass-A-Ball Project. When you buy a PARK ball, we pass an identical ball on to a kid in need.

Countries reached

Countries reached

Balls passed

Balls passed

Kids impacted

Kids impacted

Our Partners

To distribute our balls and gloves, we partner with grassroots charities and organisations that use the game to reach, and engage young people in educational and health programs, and deliver vital services to youth and their community. 

Meet our partners

Kids Gets Half The Profit

To further support our amazing impact partners we have launched our 2nd impact project 'Kids Get Half'. That's right, 50% of the profit from all apparel is donated to charities supporting disadvantaged kids and youth.






Our Impact

Why Soccer?

Soccer is the global sport that’s played with the feet and the heart. It promotes understanding, gender equality and the inclusion of different cultures. It fosters community, teamwork and a sense of belonging, reducing discrimination, and the risk of focussing on negative influences such as drugs, alcohol and crime. 

Transform the world by 2032

Our products and projects are inspired by the UN Sustainable Development Goals. They contribute to: no poverty, good health and well-being, gender equality and reduced inequalities, by giving kids around the world the opportunity to play soccer.

31 = The Right to Play

It’s shocking to us that many kids don’t have the access or opportunity to freely play. We stand by Article 31 of the UN Convention on the Rights of a Child that states: “Children have the right to play, and to join in a wide range of cultural and artistic activities”. 


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