April 16 – Premier League Huddersfield Town, who took a vital three points towards top division safety this weekend, will next year be switching the kit supply deal back to Umbro, ending their current deal with Puma.
Umbro take over in a new four-year deal, they were last kit supplier for Huddersfield in the 2012/13 season when they were promoted from League 1 to the Championship.
The Manchester-based sportswear manufacturer will supply bespoke kit, replica and training wear.
Huddersfield Town commercial director Sean Jarvis said: “I am delighted that we will be working together over the next four years as I believe Umbro are the perfect fit to support our growth as a club.
“The partnership has already developed and grown through a design process which has seen us finalise what we feel will be very popular home and alternative kits, accompanied by a high-quality range of training and leisurewear.
“We know that the quality and look of the kits are important to our fans and that has been at the forefront of our decision making.”
Umbro supplies kits and training wear to over 150 professional teams globally, including Premier League clubs Everton, West Ham and Bournemouth.
Michail Scholz, general manager of GLD Group, said: “We’re delighted that Huddersfield Town will be wearing the famous double-diamond again from the start of next season.
“They’re an exciting club and there has been recent history between our brand and the Club, during some successful years, and we hope that we can again create more memories for the fans on and off the field.”
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