Wolverhampton Wanderers have announced the signing of a new three year kit deal with Swiss manufacturer Burrda. According to the terms of the agreements, Wolves will have their new strips manufactured by Burrda for the next three years and will receive £3m in total. It is the biggest kit deal in Wolves’ history.
Burrda replace Le Coq Sportif, who manufactured Wolves’ kit for the last six years
Click here for pics of Wolves 10/11 Away Kit by Burrda.
Wolves are the first English football club to have their shirts designed by Burrda, who are also the suppliers of the Kuwaiti and Qatar national football teams.
Burrda’s GM Charles Diab said, “We’ve always planned to enter the UK football market and when the chance came with a club steeped in history as Wolves is, we knew the fit was right.”
The new Burrda strips will have cool dry technology that allows the absorption of body moisture into the fabrics.
The first Wolves Burrda strip will be unveiled at the awards ceremony on Tuesday ( May 4) at the Telford International Centre and will be worn in the final game of the season against Sunderland AFC.