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Cambridge United announce Puma Kit Deal

Cambridge United today announced a new long-term deal with Puma that sees the brand become the official supplier and license partner of replica merchandise for Cambridge United. The deal will commence at the start of the 2013/2014 season when Puma will supply the club with their technical kit, replica kit and training wear.

Cambridge United Chairman Dave Doggett commented: "We're very excited to be welcoming Puma as kit suppliers to Cambridge United from the 2013/14 season.

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"The club is in an important period of transition, and bringing in a top quality kit supplier is a key part of that.

"We hope fans are as pleased with the deal as we are, and that they will wear the new shirt with pride.

"Puma's technical excellence makes them the perfect partner for us and we welcome them to the Cambridge United family."

Roger Harrison, Marketing Director of Puma UK, added: "We're delighted to be taking over as kit supplier at Cambridge United as the club enter their second century.

"They're a club at the heart of their community with a loyal fanbase and fantastic history, and we look forward to our part in the next stage of that."

A pre-order form will be made available in the coming weeks, so fans can reserve their replica kit for the coming season.

Replica kits will be available for collection at a club Open Day, details of which will be announced soon.

The relationship between Puma and Cambridge will be managed and delivered by Genesis Sports.

Cambridge United are also close to announcing a new away kit sponsor, replacing long-term sponsors the Kershaw Group. Cambridge United like to thank Kershaw for their support of the club for the past 12 years, and look forward to introducing our new sponsor to the fans in the coming weeks.

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Comments (8)

  1. Guest

Godoy22<br /><br />Good stuff. Not so keen on blue away kits.<br /><br />9/10

  1. Martin Wollinsky

nice template puma have this year...

  1. fsc

Poor cambridge :cry:

  1. fsc

nice to see a big brand down in the conference. Its good for the fans. I hope to see Cambridge play league football soon!

  1. fsc

First Arsenal now Cambridge United... Puma are taking over the world!

  1. fsc

Big news- Puma haven't bagged just Arsenal, they've also got the mighty CAMBRIDGE!!!!!!!

  1. fsc

I've always been confused by the Cambridge badge. Why is the only feature a Lego roof brick? (apart from the ball and club's initials which are self explanatory) are these synonymous with the town or the club?

  1. Guest    fsc

The 'lego roof brick' is meant to represent Trinity College Bridge in the city.
On older badge version had a football reading the rules of the game as these were drawn up in the city

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