Leading textile producer Penn Nyla is set to score at this summer's soccer World Cup after netting a deal with sportswear giant Adidas that will see the world's top players wear its fabrics.

Teams including defending champions France, Argentina, Spain, Sweden and Germany will wear fabrics knitted at the company's plant in Derbyshire

The high-performance shirts have an inner and outer layer made with a micro-fibre yarn for its wicking performance, while mesh to improve ventilation covers area of the body that sweat more.

Penn Nyla's development manager, Lucy Wright, commented: "Football shirts are becoming increasingly sophisticated with performance being the key factor.

"In designing the shirts for the World Cup there were other considerations we had to bear in mind - like the heat and humidity in Japan and South Korea and how the fabrics would work with the players to keep them cool and comfortable while on the pitch."

Penn Nyla, an independent trading company, is already famous for its work with famous brands such as Reebok, Nike, Speedo, Gossard and Marks & Spencer.