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New Bury FC Away Kit 2017-2018 | Tappit and PaySec to be shirt sponsors

This is the new Bury FC away kit 2017/18, Bury’s new change strip for the EFL League season. Again made by Kappa, the new alternate uniform was officially unveiled on July 28, 2017, about three weeks after the club had released their home shirt.

The home kit was originally released without a sponsor, but the Shakers have now inked a deal with payment services provider Sappaya to appear on the front of both jerseys. Continue reading

New WAFC Kit 2017 18

New Wigan Athletic Kit 2017-18 | Kappa WAFC Home Shirt 17-18

This is the new Wigan kit 2017/18, Wigan Athletic’s new home shirt for the upcoming League One season. Made by Kappa, the new WAFC jersey was officially unveiled on July 7, 2017, a day after the Italian firm unveiled Leeds United’s home strip for the 17/18 season.

The Latics were relegated from the Championship at the end of 2016/17 along with Blackburn and Rotherham. They were able to pick up only 42 points from 46 games. Continue reading

Angers SCO Kit 2017

New Angers Jersey 2017-2018- Kappa Angers SCO Shirts 2017-18 Home Away Third

These are the new Angers SCO kits 17/18, Angers’ new tops for the upcoming Ligue 1 season. Made by Kappa, who have outfitted the club since 2013, the new Angers SCO shirts were officially unveiled at the Grand Theatre on May 2, 2017.

The club were promoted to Ligue 1 in 2015 and at the time of writing, look to have guaranteed their top flight status for the second straight seaon (they’re currently 14th). They are also the first Ligue 1 club to reveal their new 2017/18 uniforms.

The new Angers 17/18 home shirt features the club’s traditional Continue reading

Gladbach Puma

Gladbach Puma Kit Deal | Borussia MG to change jersey suppliers in 2018/19

German Bundesliga outfit Borussia Monchengladbach have today (April 4, 2017) officially confirmed that they will be switching to Puma from Kappa beginning the 2018/19 season. The deal, worth around 8 million euros a season, is a sizeable upgrade over their current deal (3 million euros per season) and will kick in on 1 July, 2018 for a period of six years. Continue reading