Watford Dryworld Deal

New Watford Dryworld Kit Deal- Hornets to leave Puma

Watford have announced a new kit deal with Dryworld that will see the Canadian firm supply gear to the Hornets beginning the 2016/17 season. The deal is Dryworld’s first with a Premier League team, and their second in English football after linking up with Championship outfit Queens Park Rangers last month.

The deal is for three seasons beginning 2016/17, and brings to an end the Hornets’ four year association with Puma that began back in 2012. It’s however a shorter contract than QPR’s- the Hoops inked a 10 year deal with Dryworld to replace Nike.

Watford, promoted to the Premier League from the Championship in 2015/16, have achieved their primary goal of staying up, and also reached the semifinals of the FA Cup, beating Newcastle and Arsenal en route to Wembley before going out to Crystal Palace.

Watford Dryworld Deal

3 thoughts on “New Watford Dryworld Kit Deal- Hornets to leave Puma

  1. Sean

    2016/17 in the Premier League’s going to be interesting. Lots of new kit manufacturers to break the old Adidas-Nike-Puma monopoly.

  2. JonLCFC

    Thank goodness. Last year’s Watford kit was one of the worst ever in the PL. Also completely agree with Sean, more variety is always good

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