Today is International Goalkeeper Day, and we’ve celebrated by recapping the top goalkeeper brands and which professional keepers trust them with no room for error on the field.
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Manuel Neuer, adidas
Neuer has proved himself to be one of the greatest of all time and has become a hero for Bayern Munich and Germany fans alike. Neuer “the Wall” wears the captain’s band for both his club team and his national team and has collected an assortment of titles including a World Cup, Champions League, and Club World Cup titles.
This season, Neuer dropped his newest collaboration with adidas, which caught the world’s attention with its electric blue and orange design. The adidas Ace Trans Pro Neuer offers a snug fit with seamless foam for top-notch flexibility and grip.
You can shop all things Manuel Neuer, including his Bayern jersey and signature glove, here on SOCCER.COM.
Iker Casillas, adidas and Storelli
When it comes to gloves, Iker Casillas trusts the newest green colorway of the adidas Ace Trans Pro. This glove has become a go-to glove for many pros like Casillas, as well as David De Gea, Keylor Navas, Claudio Bravo, and many others.
When facing tough opponents, Casillas relies on Storelli Protective Gear. Storelli prides itself on providing athletes with high-quality, comfortable gear. The aim to protects the keepers who don’t hold back on the field.
Hugo Lloris, Uhlsport
France National Team and Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has become the face (and hands) of Uhlsport goalkeeper gloves. This season, Lloris has helped Tottenham remain in contention for the top of the table, while also remaining second in the EPL for clean sheets.
Known for durability and control, the Uhlsport Eliminator Supergrip is a top-of-the-line glove that Lloris trusts to help him get the job done in the net.
You can also shop Lloris’ Tottenham Hotspur Goalkeeper Kits here.
Thibaut Courtois, Nike
Thibaut Courtois has emerged as one of the top goalkeepers in the English Premier League this season. He has recorded a league leading 14 shutouts, and has helped lead Chelsea to a secure its seat at the top of the EPL table.
Courtois sports the new yellow and green Nike Vapor Grip 3. The patented Grip3 technology on this glove is designed with a wrapped thumb, index finger, and pinky to provide extra grip and control.
You can also shop the full Chelsea goalkeeper kit here.
Petr Cech, PUMA
At the beginning of the 2016-17 season, Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech joined the PUMA Football team. Over the course of his career, this veteran keeper has gained respect as one of the best and has collected a variety of trophies, including a Champions League crown and multiple English FA Cups.
You can shop all of Petr Cech’s goalkeeper jerseys here on SOCCER.COM.
Gianluigi Buffon, PUMA
Buffon, “the Legend,” will forever be in our hearts as one of the greatest. The trophy case is getting full for this Italian goalkeeper, as he has a long list of titles and trophies, one of the most memorable being the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany trophy.
Buffon is currently wearing the newly launched orange and black colorway of the evoPOWER Vigor Grip, which took the world by storm last week .
You can also shop Buffon’s limited-edition V-Konstruct 10 Anniversary World Cup Glove here.
Gianluigi Donnarumma, PUMA
Making his debut for AC Milan at just 17-years-old, Donnarumma has already made quite a name for himself. He is the second youngest player to ever debut for AC Milan and is also the youngest goalkeeper to start in the net for the Azzurri.
Following in the footsteps of Buffon, the Italian youngster also rocks PUMA goalkeeper gloves. This past week, like many other PUMA keepers, Donnarumma upgraded to the newest version of the orange and black evoPOWER Vigor Glove.
Fraser Forster, Under Armour
A few weeks ago, Fraser Forster announced that he joined Under Armour FC. The Southampton and English National Team goalkeeper is the biggest name in the game for UA goalkeeping. Under Armour gloves are made with a unique balance of protection and flexibility, offering gloves meant for facing the toughest shots.
You can shop the Under Armour Desafio Premier here on SOCCER.COM.
Kasper Schmeichel, New Balance
Kasper Schmeichel has become one of the most well-known keepers wearing the New Balance Furon Destroy glove. One of his top moments being his dream run with Leicester City to win the Premier League title last year.
The Furon Destroy offers patent-pending finger sling technology that is designed to keep your hands locked into place when facing powerful shots.
Rodolfo Cota, Rinat
Chivas goalkeeper, Rodolfo Cota, is one of the top keepers in the game sporting Rinat gloves. Cota wears the new and improved Rinat Uno Clasico 2.0 Spines Pro, which offers comfortable protection with a wrapped thumb and finger spines.
Simon Mignolet, Sells
Liverpool and Belgian National Team goalkeeper, Simon Mignolet has played a vital role in his team’s current third place standing in the EPL. On the pitch, Mignolet trusts the Sells Tech Elite Axis 360 Aqua Goalkeeper Glove. This glove is designed for rainy conditions and provides extra grip when wet.
You can shop all of the Liverpool goalkeeper jerseys here.