Hull City announced that their partnership with existing technical kit supplier Umbro has been renewed.Hull City announced that their partnership with existing technical kit supplier Umbro has been renewed

The contract extension will see Umbro produce bespoke on-pitch kits until the end of the 2021/22 season, as well as continuing to manufacture all training and sportswear collections for the Club’s first team and Academy squads, management staff and fans.

The Tigers have enjoyed some of their greatest times whilst sporting the double diamond, famously winning promotions to the Premier League in 2008 and 2016, and both parties are hoping to create many more memories for the fans in the coming years.

The initial partnership was reignited in the summer of 2014 and, following a successful four-season relationship, the two parties will continue to work together long into the future.

The Club’s Commercial Manager, Joe Clutterbrook, said: “Our collaboration with Umbro has worked brilliantly over the last four years and we’re looking forward to continuing our successful relationship.

“Umbro are a leading sports brand and we have been extremely happy with the quality of service and the products which have been created over the last few years, and we are confident that this will continue from the Umbro team.”

Ewan Scott, Director GLD Group Ltd, said: “We are really proud to renew our partnership with Hull City as their technical kit supplier for the upcoming season.

“We have some recent history with the Club and we hope that within this partnership period we can create some lasting memories for the fans, both on the pitch with the players wearing our products, and with the fans wearing our iconic logo.”

The Tigers will reveal their brand new Home, Away and Third kits in the months ahead, leading up to the 2018/19 season.

 

 

 

 


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