Who we are
Diamond Football Company is based in West Molesey, Surrey England and can be contacted anytime via email, phone, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
What we do
Diamond supplies its range of professional quality soccer balls and training equipment worldwide to everyone connected within the beautiful game.
Who we supply to
From the coaches and managers in the Premiership, top European Leagues and throughout Grassroot soccer, all our customers are treated the same with regards to both quality products and service.
Why buy from Diamond Football Company?
Diamond are the innovators of many of the products found on the training fields of both the Pro, and Grassroot’s, game throughout Europe and North America. We have pioneered products such as training mannequins, and bounce boards, which are now standard requirements for anyone who wishes to improve and vary their coaching sessions. We have designed and patented several products and we hold many trademark names and design rights. This prevents the clear copying of our products, so when deciding whose product to buy remember where it all started. In fact, we are working hard on two new products which we hope to launch later this year.
Diamond have now invested in UK manufacturing plants whereby we can control stock levels and quality to the highest standard. It is for this reason that every Pro Club in the UK, from the Premiership, SPL and throughout the Football League, choose Diamond.
Diamond holds its own FIFA licence which enables the company to use the FIFA stamp on its footballs. Diamond only uses companies which have ISO accreditation. This ensures that there is no child labour in the manufacturing of our products and that we meet all ethical fair trade type standards. We do this not only according to the WFSGI, but also our own internal ethical standards.
The UK Government officially recognised Diamond as a company of the highest standard when it invited its officials to join the Prime Minister and others in the House of Commons to celebrate Diamond’s inclusion into the Parliamentary Review of 2017.