About Schuylkill Valley Sports

Schuylkill Valley Sports, Inc. has been in business since 1971, originating with its first location in Audubon, PA. Serving Eastern and Central PA, Schuylkill Valley Sports is a full-service sporting goods retailer and team athletic dealer with 16 current store locations. Schuylkill Valley Sports is well known for supplying high quality merchandise from the finest athletic equipment, footwear, and apparel manufacturers for Baseball, Basketball, Football, Fitness, Field Hockey, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Running, Skateboarding, Soccer, Swimming, Volleyball, Wrestling, Weightlifting, CrossFit, Disc Golf and more.

Schuylkill Valley Sports is also one of the largest team sports suppliers in eastern PA. We are your one-stop source for uniforms, equipment, jackets, team shoes and cleats, coaches apparel, active clothing, hats, cheerleading outfits and supplies, and field equipment.

We specialize in affordable screen-printed and embroidered apparel and promotional items. We can outfit your team, league, or organization with uniforms, t-shirts, staff shirts and more. We offer no-risk apparel fundraisers and custom webpages to help your group or organization raise funds while offering your participants and families great products. Be sure to contact one of our Teamsales representatives for more information.

Schuylkill Valley Sports and SVSports.com combine to give you full access to the latest in sports. We offer only the highest quality merchandise from the top names in sports. We carry only the best from Nike, adidas, Under Armour, Asics, New Balance, Brooks, Saucony, Timberland, Reebok, Oakley, Easton, DeMarini, Rawlings, Louisville Slugger, Wilson, Nokona, The North Face, Banner ’47, Innova, Discraft, Franklin and more. Schuylkill Valley Sports in your hometown sports store!

"Albright is excited to partner with Schuylkill Valley Sports and Under Armour to outfit our student-athletes, staff and fans with high-quality apparel," said Albright Co-Athletic Director Janice Luck. "The partnership will enhance the Albright athletic brand and provide our intercollegiate teams with some of the best uniforms on the market."

June 7, 2017- The NSGA (National Sporting Goods Association) announced that legislation aimed at removing unfair conditions from the retail marketplace has been reintroduced. The Marketplace Fairness Act (S. 976) and the Remote Transactions Parity Act (H.R. 2193) were introduced recently, less than 24 hours after NSGA completed its third annual Capitol Hill Lobbying Day activities in Washington, DC.

The bipartisan RTPA bill was reintroduced in the House by Representatives Kristi Noem (R SD-AL), Steve Womack (R AR-3), Jason Chaffetz (R UT-3), Steve Stivers (R OH-15), Lou Barletta (R PA-11), John Conyers (D MI-13), Jackie Speier (D CA-14), Peter Welch (D VT-AL), Suzan DelBene (D WA-1) and David Cicilline (D RI-1). The bipartisan MFA bill was reintroduced by Senators Lamar Alexander (R TN), Mike Enzi (R WY), Dick Durbin (D IL) and Heidi Heitkamp (D ND). “NSGA has vigorously supported these bi-partisan bills and urges Congress to make 2017 the year when the unfair sales tax loophole is finally legislated out of existence,” NSGA President & CEO Matt Carlson said. “For far too long, online-only retailers have enjoyed an unfair advantage by avoiding sales tax. I’m sure our brick-and-mortar sellers would like to enjoy the same advantage, but they’re required to collect taxes.”

In 2013, the Marketplace Fairness Act passed in the Senate, 69-27, with strong bipartisan support, but the House refused to address the bill. In 2015, states lost an estimated $26 billion in uncollected state sales taxes due to this online sales tax loophole, nearly $3 billion more than when the Senate voted to level the playing field. Chances are your local taxes have gone up to replace this lost revenue. “Our members do not fear competition, but unfair competition with this government-sponsored favoritism is not good for our members, people who create jobs and support their communities in many ways,” Carlson added. “Now is the time for the House of Representatives to join the Senate in addressing this critical issue. “We urge all fair-minded Americans to contact their Senators and Representatives and tell them how important it is to support these necessary bills. If Internet sellers shouldn’t have to collect sales taxes, neither should brick-and-mortar.”

NSGA’s delegation met with Representatives and staff in 19 Congressional offices last week, receiving positive receptions on NSGA’s issues, which also included support for the PHIT Act, opposition to the Border Adjustment Tax, and support for loosening regulations that burden retailers and team dealers. Several Congressmen indicated support for PHIT and said they would sign on as co-sponsors. This bi-partisan bill encourages physical activity, reducing the costs involved for a wide range of sports and activities by allowing Americans to use their pre-tax Health Savings Accounts for activity-related purchases.

Since 1971, Schuylkill Valley Sports has been offering custom apparel, equipment or promotional items for leagues & businesses. They’re now using that ability to help leagues and groups in their fundraising efforts. By setting up a simple online custom store, all you need to do is decide which items you want to sell and then send the website to all followers and fans of your group.

1. SVS builds a customized online store for your program with the items that you want to sell. When creating this online store, the group administrator will email the link to their target group, they can post it on social media, etc. If you are unsure about what to put on the custom items, you can choose your own logo, or we can design one for you. This is all about you and what you want your items to look like.

With the uncertainty surrounding today’s NFL team rosters and players increasingly on the move, Schuylkill Valley Sports has developed a buyer’s insurance program to make customers feel more secure before purchasing their next favorite player’s jersey. Player trades, cuts and roster changes made due to the salary cap have become much more frequent in recent years, leaving many fans frustrated and hesitant when deciding what fan gear to purchase for the upcoming season. As exciting as it can be when your favorite team signs a new star player, it’s always disappointing when a fan favorite moves on to another team. Schuylkill Valley Sports is hoping its new NFL jersey insurance program will help fans feel more secure when purchasing a new player jersey.

Here’s how it works: SVS customers can purchase jersey insurance for $10 when purchasing a new jersey. If the player is traded or cut from their team, the insurance will allow the customer to purchase a new jersey at 50% OFF. The insurance is valid for 18 months after original purchase date and does not include retired or injured players. Customers do not need to turn in their original jersey to receive the discount. Visit any one of Schuylkill Valley Sports 18 convenient locations or online at www.svsports.com for complete program details.

Bethlehem, PA- July 14, 2016- Schuylkill Valley Sports was recently awarded a five year contract by Moravian College to outfit athletes and athletic staff in UnderArmour on-field and practice apparel/gear. Under the contract, Schuylkill Valley Sports will supply UnderArmour apparel and equipment to the athletes, coaches, and department staff of twenty varsity sports of the 274-year-old college.