Take a look below to find out more about our sponsored athletes
Global Brand Ambassador
We're proud to have Roy on board as our Global Brand Ambassador.
During his career he played at the highest level and is perhaps best know for his spells at Manchester United, Wigan Athletic and Olympiacos.
He represented Northern Ireland 45 times and continues to be involved within the National set up in a coaching role as well as running his own coaching company -RC1.
Arsenal & Australia
Lydia is an accomplished professional having played in Australia, USA and now in the England.
She was twice-named PFA Women's Footballer of the Year for 2011–12 and 2015–16 and to the PFA W-League Team of the Season for 2016–17.She was awarded W-League Goalkeeper of the Year for the 2010–11, 2011–12, and 2016–17 seasons and Inducted to the Aboriginal and Islander Sports Hall of Fame,
Williams earned for her first cap for the Australian national team, commonly known as the Matildas, at age 16 and continues to be the backbone of the team.
Norwich City & Northern Ireland
Michael is our first English Premier League keeper and brings with him a wealth of experience at domestic and International level.
He represented Northern Ireland 32 times and was a key member of the UEFA Euro 2016 Championships.
Born in Enniskillen, McGovern started his career with Scottish Premier League club Celtic in 2001.
He spent time on loan with Scottish Second Division side Stranraer in 2005 and with Scottish First Division side St Johnstone in 2006.
He left Celtic in 2008, having never made a first-team appearance for the club. After leaving Celtic, he joined fellow Scottish Premier League side Dundee United, but left after one season having not made a first-team appearance. In 2009, he went back to the First Division with Ross County, where he enjoyed a successful two-year spell. In 2011, he moved on a free transfer to fellow First Division side Falkirk. McGovern then moved to Hamilton Academical in 2014.
After spending 15 years playing in Scotland, he moved to English club Norwich City in July 2016.
Born in 1997, Lewis began his career at Reading before moving through the ranks and gaining 3 England U16 caps.
With spells along the way at Portsmouth and Exeter City Ward joined Swindon Town in 2021.
Altrincham & New Zealand
His father Jonathan kept goal most notably for Coventry City, Celtic, where he was twice a title winner, and Preston North End before heading off to play in New Zealand.
His uncle Richard was chief executive both with Somerset and Surrey before taking on the same role at Bristol City.
And his grandfather is Bobby Gould, who aside from scoring prolifically for eight different clubs and managing Wales, orchestrated arguably Wembley's greatest FA Cup final upset when his Wimbledon 'Crazy Gang' beat Liverpool in 1988.
But Matt now has a tale of his own to match any of his forebears in the sport-mad Gould family.
Fingers crossed that we'll see him in the World Cup for @newzealandfootball later this year
Peamount United & Republic of Ireland
Naoisha continues to grow in stature following a successful season at Peamount, both domestically and in the UEFA Womens Champions League.
Having represented Republic of Ireland at U19 her next step is gain her first full cap.
Glentoran & Northern Ireland
Jackie continues to split her time between USA and Northern Ireland having represented her country since 2013.
She played for Glentoran season 2020/21 having previously playing in the United States for the Carson–Newman University's women's soccer team and spent part of the 2019 season in Iceland with ÍBV.
Martin Brennan is an English former professional footballer who is currently goalkeeping coach at Boreham Wood.
Martin played as a goalkeeper, beginning as a trainee at Charlton Athletic, before moving to Cambridge United for the 2002-03 season, where he played three times, once in each of the league, FA Cup and Football League Trophy. He then had brief spells with Welling United and Stevenage Borough, before retiring from playing after spending the 2004-05 season with Dagenham & Redbridge.
In 2006 he moved into goalkeeper coaching, becoming under-18s coach at Tottenham Hotspur. In 2008 he joined Wycombe Wanderers as first team goalkeeping coach, a position he held until 2012, when he moved on to Fulham. He coached their under-21 goalkeepers for two years, during which time he also appeared on the bench as an over-age player for the under-21s for three games in the 2013-14 season.
Brennan was promoted to Fulham first team goalkeeping coach in 2014. He left for Leyton Orient in 2016, moving to Hampton & Richmond Borough the following year.
In 2019 he joined the backroom staff at Boreham Wood, where he was once again registered as a player in October 2020 and featured on the bench.
Martin is a key member of our gloveglu crew and helps deliver our global coaching initiatives.