Luton Town Football Club are pleased to announce that Puma are the Club's new kit suppliers.
The leading international sports brand have signed a two-year deal as Pro Sponsorship and Replica Kit makers, with an option to extend it beyond that.
Puma will also supply a full range of training, bench and leisure clothing.
The Hatters will wear the new home strip for the last game of the season against Sunderland on Sunday May 6.
Advance orders can be taken on the Club's website www.lutontown.co.uk from Monday May 7 for delivery from Monday June 11.
John Howarth, Sales Director of Genesis Group International, who are the exclusive licensee for Teamsports, the distributor for Puma in the UK and Ireland, welcomed the deal. He said: "We are delighted to become the new technical kit partner to Luton Town Football Club. With the new Chairman and Manager aboard and the new stadium on the horizon, this really is an exciting time to be involved with Luton Town."
David Callaway, Teamsports' Marketing Manager for Puma UK, added: "This is an exciting opportunity for us and will provide great exposure for Puma in and around Bedfordshire. We are delighted to be the official technical kit supplier and are looking forward to working with the Club and its fans. With great kit and good service we will be an excellent partner for Luton Town Football Club."
I had been aware of the Puma deal, which totally reflects the quality of brands I want to have associated with the Club going forward
Luton Town's Commercial Manager Peter Davis said: "Puma impressed us with their quality, reputation and most importantly their focus on delivery and service to their customers. These key factors, together with the strength of the Puma brand hit all the key criteria we were looking for.
"In addition to the replica kits, Puma will be supplying a range of bench and training wear along with a superb collection of leisure wear, creating a full catalogue of Luton Town clothing. We see this as vitally important for the continuing development of our Club Shop and general retail business."
Luton Chairman David Pinkney said: "I had been aware of the Puma deal, which totally reflects the quality of brands I want to have associated with the Club going forward. Having seen the range of products, I am sure it will enhance greatly the retail experience and endorses the commercial department's decision to appoint such an internationally well known brand.
"With the Club accelerating its relocation activity we look forward to growing the Puma association through and into our new stadium."