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Dundee Football Club announced that VIGA Athletic Clothing and BUKTA Teamwear will be the sponsors of the new Home and Away shirt next season.

VIGA Athletic Clothing will appear on the “Home” shirt and BUKTA Teamwear will appear on the “Away” shirt.

Finance Director Ian Bodie, speaking at the launch of the new kit said “I am delighted we are continuing our successful association with BUKTA and welcome their sister company VIGA Athletic Clothing on board. Preparation for the new season is continuing, with new signings on and off the park. The target is promotion to the SPL and we hope that the fans will play their part by buying season tickets in increasing numbers.” 

Since its introduction to the UK market in the 1970’s, the VIGA brand name has established itself at the forefront of British athletics brands.Worn by many top athletes, VIGA has become the emblem of running clubs, school and university teams, counties and countries and are proud to be associated with British Biathle Squad and British Masters Association amongst many others and are now delighted to be the sponsor of the home shirt of Dundee Football Club for what should be an exciting season ahead.

As a locally based company VIGA are particularly pleased to be associated with a local Club and look forward to developing a strong and successful partnership.

BUKTA is one of the oldest sportswear companies in the UK (est 1879) and has a great history in the UK sportswear market. Over the years BUKTA has supplied kit to many great teams, West Ham, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Crystal Palace, Hibernian and Hearts to name but a few.
The company are the official kit supplier to Dundee FC and are delighted to continue as the sponsor of next season’s away shirt. As with VIGA the company are locally based ensuring an entirely local connection.

 

 

 

 


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