Wycombe Wanderers announced a two-year deal with kit suppliers Joma UK.

The Spanish sportswear brand will replace ProStar as the club's official team wear supplier as the Blues embark on an exciting new campaign in League One. Club manager and the board of directors say they are "delighted" with the design and quality of the new strip and training kit.

Chairboys fans won't have to long wait long to purchase the new home replica strip with the release date scheduled for Tuesday 16th June.

Wanderers' MD Steve Hayes said: "Joma have a proven track record in top class football and we are delighted to be working with such a well-known world-wide brand. This is a very exciting package for the club and we look forward to utilising the retail expertise which Joma are able to offer."

Wayne Mumford, CEO for Joma UK, added: "We are thrilled with the opportunity to enter into a relationship with Wycombe Wanderers, a club that possesses a great footballing pedigree, loyal support and a tremendous bond with the local community. The club also has a very professional structure, great support and - in Peter Taylor - an experienced manager who has assembled a talented squad of players capable of making an impression in the higher standard of football next season.

"As a Spanish football brand, our relationships with top European football clubs provides us with the international expertise to deliver truly distinctive team kit and training apparel to our clubs in the UK. We look forward to bringing our unique blend of quality products with an authentic Latin passion for the game to Wycombe. The deal also enhances Joma's growing committment to delivering top class support to top class clubs throughout the UK."

Karen Murphy, Wanderers' Sales & Marketing Manager said: "It is a unique partnership from which both parties will derive substantial benefits. We are looking forward to jointly developing a significantly enhanced range of retail products for the benefits of our supporters."

Fellow League One outfit Charlton Athletic also have a partnership with Joma along with Championship clubs Leicester City and Watford and Spanish La Liga clubs Sevilla, Getafe and Racing Santander.

News will follow shortly on the club website regarding the club's brand new and exciting away kit, which is set for release towards the end of July.


Comments (5)

  1. fsc

kit is gonna be terrible then.

  1. Eivind kron

Joma+football kit = terrible

  1. fsc

cant be any worse than pile of drivel your man utd picture shows!

  1. fsc

so true! :P

  1. fsc

Bet the fans are glad to get rid of Prostar...I\'ll be looking for ward to see what Joma can offer it is a big opportunity for them to step up to the plate.

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