Grand Sport Group

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Grand Sport Group Co, Ltd.
Limited
IndustrySportswear
Sports Equipment
Founded1961; 58 years ago (1961)
FounderKij Pluchcha-oom
HeadquartersBangkok, Thailand
Area served
Worldwide
ProductsAthletic shoes
Apparel
Sports equipment
WebsiteGrandsport.com

Grand Sport is a sports equipment manufacturing company based in Thailand. It was established in 1961.

Brands[edit]

  • Grand Sport
  • ONYX

Sponsorships[edit]

Grand Sport products have been accepted by recognized organization such as Asian Volleyball Confederation, Football Association of Singapore, Oman Football Association, Qatar Football Association, Kuwait Football Association, Uzbekistan Football Federation, Football Federation of Kyrgyz Republic, and Qatar, Oman, Vietnam Olympic Committee. Grand Sport also provides various clubs with kits, such as Dhofar in Oman, and previously Qatar S.C. in Qatar. Now Grand Sport provides for Football Association of Thailand and the Sri Lanka Referees Association.

Football[edit]

Official Thailand 2014 away shirt made by Grand Sport. Part of the Football Shirt World collection.

National Teams[edit]

Asian Football Confederation (AFC)[edit]

AFC current members[edit]
AFC former member (1992-2002)[edit]
Dhofar cap
Grand Sport currently provides the Omani club Dhofar with merchandise such as this cap.

Club teams[edit]

Asia[edit]

Associations[edit]

Grand Sport is the Official ball supplier for the following leagues and associations:

Volleyball[edit]

Asia[edit]

Sepak Takraw[edit]

Olympic[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://football-uniform.seesaa.net/upload/detail/image/Kazakhstan-98-GRAND20SPORT-home-kit-yellow-yellow-yellow.jpg.html
  2. ^ http://football-uniform.seesaa.net/upload/detail/image/Kazakhstan-98-GRAND20SPORT-home-kit-yellow-yellow-yellow-line-up.jpg.html
  3. ^ http://football-uniform.seesaa.net/upload/detail/image/Kazakhstan-99-GRAND20SPORT-home-kit-yellow-yellow-yellow.jpg.html
  4. ^ "แกรนด์สปอร์ตเปิดชุดอลป. ใช้มาลัยแทนใจส่งแรงเชียร์". Khaosod (in Thai). July 12, 2016. Retrieved July 13, 2016.

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