These are the new QPR kits 2017/18, Queens Park Rangers’ new home, away and third tops for the upcoming EFL Championship season. Made by Italian firm Errea, who take over as the club’s new kit partners following the early termination of their previous deal with Dryworld, the new QPR strips were officially unveiled on June 23, 2017 by the club.
The new QPR Errea home shirt features the club’s traditional hoops in white and blue, with the away and third having the hooped design in red and navy & black and green respectively. 1882 features on the back of the jerseys, with “WEAREQPR” appearing on the inside.
The club also have a new shirt sponsor in the form of online casino Royal Panda, who have inked a three year deal with the Loftus Road outfit.
QPR finished a disappointing 18th in the Championship in 2016/17.
Barely a year after inking a new 10 season deal, Championship outfit Queens Park Rangers have terminated their contract with Canadian firm Dryworld and opted to ink a new one with Errea. The Italian firm will supply uniforms to the Hoops beginning the 2017/18 season.
Dryworld are the second straight manufacturer with whom QPR have terminated their contract ahead of schedule. The Hoops originally had a five season deal with Nike that was also ended abruptly to accommodate Dryworld.
The club have also announced that Errea’s designs for them will be “100% bespoke” Continue reading
These are the new Watford FC kits 16/17, Watford’s new home and away tops for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by new uniform partners Dryworld, the new Hornets strips were officially unveiled on July 6, 2016. Dryworld replace Puma and will be Watford’s kit partners for the next three seasons Continue reading
These are the new QPR kits 2016/17, Queens Park Rangers FC’s new uniforms for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Canadian firm Dryworld Industries, with whom the Hoops inked a 10 year deal earlier this summer, the kits were officially unveiled at St Katharine Docks on 29 June, 2016. Continue reading
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. Continue reading
Queens Park Rangers have inked a new kit deal with Canadian firm Dryworld that will see the latter make kits for the Hoops beginning the 2016/17 season. Financial terms of the contract were not revealed, but the Championship outfit did announce that it was a “multi-million pound eight figure deal”.
Dryworld have signed a 10 year deal with the London club and this marks their first major foray into English football. They recently entered the Brazilian market by inking deals with the likes of Fluminense, Goias and Atletico Mineiro.
QPR’s current deal with Nike, signed in 2014 for a period of five years, has been terminated ahead of schedule and will not continue beyond the current 2015/16 season.
Dryworld will officially unveil kits for QPR at the end of June Continue reading
Canadian apparel manufacturer Dryworld Industries has spread its wings by linking up with three clubs in the Campeonato Brasileiro. These deals are Dryworld’s first outside North America and the three clubs that have come on board are Rio giants Fluminense, Atletico Mineiro (also known as Atletico MG) and Goias.
Dryworld, who call themselves “the world’s leading independent sports brand” have specially developed a “Dryskyn” fabric for their humid climates of Brazil.
They have inked a five year deal with Fluminense to replace Adidas, beginning the 2016 season. The new deal with Goias is also apparently for five years. Continue reading