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Macron Forest Kit Deal

New Nottingham Forest Macron Shirt Deal- NFFC Macron 5 Year Contract beginning 2018-19

English Championship club Nottingham Forest have inked a new kit deal with Italian manufacturer Macron that will see the latter supply uniforms to NFFC for a period of five years beginning the 2018/19 season (June 1, 2018). The new NFFC Macron contract is the biggest in the club’s history and is a significant improvement over their previous deal with Adidas (Forest have been with Adidas since 2013). It also sees Forest join the likes of Lazio, Udinese and Sporting among major clubs to be outfitted by the Bologna bases firm.

At the time of writing, Forest are 15th in the Championship with 40 points from 34 games. Continue reading

New Bristol Rovers Kit 2017 2018

New Bristol Rovers Kits 2017-2018 | BRFC Macron Shirts 17-18

These are the new Bristol Rovers kits 2017/18, BRFC’s new home and away tops for the upcoming League One season. Made by Macron, the new Bristol Rovers shirts were officially unveiled on July 20, 2017. The Gas finished 10th in League One in 2016/17, finishing with 66 points from 46 games, seven behind Millwall, who took the final playoff spot. Continue reading

New Lazio Macron Home & Alternate Shirts 2017-2018

These are the new Lazio kits 2017/18, SS Lazio’s new home and alternate tops for the upcoming Serie A season. Made by Macron, the new Lazio 17/18 jerseys were officially unveiled on July 7, 2017.

The Biancocelesti finished 5th in Serie A in 2016/17 with 72 points, sealing a direct spot into the group stages of the Europa League Continue reading

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New Stevenage FC Kit 2017-18 | Macron Stevenage Shirts Astute Electronics Sponsor

Here are the new Stevenage FC kits 2017/18, Stevenage’s new home and away tops for the upcoming League Two season. The new Stevenage FC 17/18 shirts have been made by Macron and feature a new major sponsor in the form of Astute Electronics, who have come on board to sponsor the Boro till the end of the 2018/19 season (with an option to extend). The kits will officially go on sale tomorrow (June 28, 2017)

These are also the first Stevenage kits (home and blue away) to be produced by Macron after the Italian firm inked a three year deal with the League Two outfit to replace Carbrini.

Stevenage finished 10th in League Two during the 16/17 season. Continue reading

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ManBetX to be new CPFC shirt sponsor | Crystal Palace Away Kit 17-18 Released

This is the new Crystal Palace away shirt 2017/18, CPFC’s new alternate strip for the 17/18 Premier League season. Made by Macron, the new Palace away kit was officially revealed on June 26, 2017. The club effectively did a triple announcement today- legendary Dutch star Frank de Boer as their new manager, the away kit and ManBetX as their new shirt sponsors. Continue reading

New Red Star Belgrade Jersey 2017 2018

New Crvena Zvezda Jerseys 2017-2018 | Macron Red Star Belgrade Kits 17-18

These are the new Crvena Zvezda kits 2017/18, Red Star Belgrade’s new home and away shirts for the upcoming Serbian Super Liga season. The new FKCZ jerseys have been made by Macron, who take over as uniform partners from Puma, and were officially unveiled on 25 June, 2017 by the club.

Red Star were defending champions for the 2016/17 Serbian league season. They finished top in the regular 16/17 season but eventually had to settle for second behind Partizan in the Championship playoff round. They will therefore be playing in the qualifying rounds of the Europa League, with Maltese outfit Floriana FC awaiting them on Thursday. Continue reading

New Hibs Strip 17-18 | Hibernian FC Macron Home & Away Tops 2017-2018

These are the new Hibs strips 2017/18, Hibernian FC’s new home and away kits for the upcoming Scottish Premiership season. Made by Macron, the new Hibs tops were officially unveiled on 14 June, 2017 by the club and are the first to be made by the Italian firm as part of a three year deal inked with the Easter Road outfit to replace Nike.

Hibs earned promotion from the Scottish Championship in 2016/17, finishing 11 points ahead of second place Falkirk to win the title and return to the top flight after a three year absence. Continue reading