Welsh Pro12 outfit Scarlets have inked a new kit deal with Italian manufacturer Macron that will see the latter make kits for the club beginning the 2017/18 season. The deal is for a period of five years (till 2022).
Macron are Scarlets’ fourth kit partner in the last decade. Their current deal is with KooGa and they have also previously had made kits by Rhino Rugby and Burrda.
Macron currently supply kits to both Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh in the Pro12, Northampton Saints in the AVIVA Premiership and the Scottish national team (both 15’s and 7’s) Continue reading →
These are the new Huddersfield Giants kits 2017, Giants RL’s new home and away jerseys for the 2017 Super League season. Made by O’Neills, the new Giants RL tops were officially unveiled on November 4, 2016 by the club. It is the first by Irish company O’Neills as part of a three year deal with the club to replace KooGa as kit partners. Giants are the 3rd Super League club to be outfitted by O’Neills, joining St.Helens and Widnes Continue reading →
These are the new Scarlets rugby shirts 2016/17, Llanelli Scarlets’ new home and away jerseys for the 2016/2017 Pro 12 season. The new Scarlets home shirt was released in August while the away kit was unveiled on September 16, 2016, on the eve of their clash against Pro12 opponents Ulster in Belfast.
For the away strip (which will also be used in select ERCC games), KooGa have given Scarlets a blue jersey, a more sober number compared to the bright yellow and orange one seen last season Continue reading →
These are the new Leicester Tigers shirts 2016/17, Leicester’s new home and away tops for the upcoming 16/17 AVIVA Premiership rugby season. Made by KooGa, the new Tigers rugby strips were officially unveiled on July 30, 2016 and will be first worn by the players in the Singha 7’s Continue reading →
Click here to see the new Worcester Warriors Under Armour Shirts for 2016/17- released July 28, 2016
Worcester Warriors have inked a new three year deal with Under Armour that will see the American giant become the club’s new kit partners beginning the 2016/17 season. The deal means the end of Warriors’ existing shirt deal with KooGa.
The club will also have a new major/principal jersey sponsor next season- the Worcester Bosch group will not be appearing on the front of the 16/17 kits.
Under Armour already have fellow Premiership club Wasps on their books, and also supplied kits to Georgia, Canada and Wales at RWC 2015. They also sponsor French Top 14 giants Clermont Auvergne and London football outfit Tottenham Hotspur Continue reading →