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New Ayr United Hummel Top 20-21

New Ayr United Hummel Kit Deal- Ayr leave Adidas & unveil new 2020-21 home strip

Ayr United have inked a new kit deal with Hummel that will see the latter make uniforms for the Scottish Championship club beginning the 2020/21 season. The new deal was officially announced today (March 24, 2020) and brings an end to the club’s six year partnership with Adidas. Danish firm Hummel will now supply shirts for the next four seasons (2020/21, 2021/22, 2022/23 and 2023/24). The club also chose this occasion to unveil their new home shirt- the first as part of this new deal. It will be paired with black shorts and white socks.

Hummel had announced a deal with Kilmarnock last month and have now brought Ayr, who have previously been known for using models in body paint to reveal their kits, on board.

The value of the deal was not revealed, but the club have said it’s a record contract. Continue reading

Killie Hummel Deal

New Kilmarnock Hummel Strip Deal- Killie FC ink three year deal beginning 2020/21 season

Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock FC have inked a two year deal with Hummel that will see the Danish firm take over from Nike as the club’s official kit partners beginning the 2020/21 season. The contract is for a period of 3 years, meaning that the club will wear Hummel for the 20/21, 21/22 and 22/23 seasons.

The deal also means that Killie, who are currently 7th in the league table at the time of writing, will have new kit manufacturers as well as sponsors next season. QTS currently appear on the front of the jersey, but they will be replaced by Brownings the Bakers in 2020/2021, with the latter also inking a three year deal with the Ayrshire outfit.

Killie director Phyllis McLeish said that the kits would be bespoke, which potentially implies that the club would not have to wear templated strips (as is oft the case with Nike clubs) from next season.

Killie Hummel Deal

New Boro Top 2019-20

New Boro Strip 2019-2020 | Hummel Middlesbrough FC Home Kit 19-20

This is the new Boro kit 2019/20, Middlesbrough FC’s new home shirt for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Hummel, the new MFC top was officially unveiled on 25 May, 2019 by singer James Arthur at Big Weekend.

The uniform, like Cambridge United’s Hummel kit, uses the Danish firm’s revolutionary ZeroH20 technology. Design wise, it appears to be a throwback to Boro’s shirts of the late 80’s, worn by Bruce Rioch’s side when they won promotion.

32Red remain principal sponsors of this new Middlesbrough 19/20 jersey, with Zoe’s Place appearing on the kids’ jersey. Boro finished 7th in the Championship in 2018/19, missing the playoffs by just a single point. Continue reading

Hummel Cam Utd Shirt 2019-20

New Cambridge United Kit 2019-2020 | CUFC Hummel Home Shirt 19-20

This is the new Cambridge United kit 2019/20, Cam Utd’s new home strip for the upcoming League Two season. The first uniform to be produced by Danish kit partners Hummel as part of a new four year deal (the club were previously outfitted by Puma), the new Cam Utd shirt was officially unveiled on 24 May, 2019.

Hummel have used their new ZeroH20 concept for this new CUFC kit- a dying technology process that has zero water consumption.

Mick George remain principal sponsors of this amber and black shirt, with Hill appearing on the reverse.

Cambridge finished 21st in the 2018/19 League Two table, a disappointing campaign for them after having finished 9th, 11th and 12th in the three immediate seasons before. Nevertheless, they did manage to confirm their stay in League Two for a sixth straight season. Continue reading

Orange OAFC Hummel Shirt

New Oldham Athletic Shirts 2019-2020 | OAFC change kit manufacturer & sponsor

These are the new Oldham kits 2019/20, Oldham Athletic’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming League Two season. Made by Hummel, who take over from Sondico, the new OAFC 19/20 jerseys were officially unveiled late in the evening on 5 May, 2019.

The club finished 14th in League Two during the 18/19 season- a disappointing campaign for the Latics after they had been relegated to the fourth tier from League One at the end of the 17/18 season.

Apart from the change in kit manufacturer, there’s also a change in sponsor, with Manchester based content curation company Wakelet replacing Lovell Soccer on the front of the jersey. The blue one will be OAFC’s 19/20 home shirt, with tangerine serving as the alternate top. Continue reading