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OFFICIAL: Club Brugge parts ways with long-standing partner

OFFICIAL: Club Brugge parts ways with long-standing partner

Club Brugge has announced that it has changed its kit supplier.

Club Brugge is undergoing a period of significant change, following its 19th Belgian championship title and the departure of the iconic Vincent Mannaert. In addition, the new stadium project is more topical than ever.

On Friday, the Club also announced that it would be changing its kit supplier. From now on, the team’s jerseys will be designed by Castore.

“Castore is the new kit partner of Belgian champions Club Brugge. The British sportswear brand will provide match and training wear for the coming seasons,” the statement said.

“The partnership with Castore is the first-ever agreement between the British-born sportswear brand and a Belgian professional football club. The brand is known for its comfortable sportswear and has collaborated with several major clubs, including Athletic Club, Bayer Leverkusen, Rangers and Feyenoord. Club Brugge is therefore joining this list,” it continued.

Bruges is therefore saying goodbye to Macron, who has been with the Club for the past few years, marked by almost complete domination of Belgian football. “We would like to thank Macron for the good cooperation that has been in place for the past seven seasons. We are very pleased with this new partnership with Castore. The creativity and passion of this brand perfectly match what we represent as a club,” said Club CEO Bob Madou.

Written by James Oyimb

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