NUFC agree £5m deal with surprise new kit supplier as club move on from Puma – Report

According to Sportcal, Newcastle United will have a new kit supplier for the 2021/22 season – with the emerging UK brand ‘Castore’ set to take the reigns from PUMA.

It’s believed to be a ‘multi-year deal’ worth over £5 million per season.

The Liverpool-based brand are a rather unknown entity, but they do currently supply Rangers’s kits – and fans have given mixed reviews of the new supplier.

Despite the dubious links, Castore insist that Mike Ashley holds no stake in the brand.

That said, it’s already emerged that Rangers fans have been less than impressed with the quality of their replica kits this year, with issues over the printing and stitching being highlighted.

Considering our agreement with PUMA was believed to be one of the club’s most lucrative kit deals, it’ll be interesting to see how this one stacks up in comparison.

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3 thoughts on “NUFC agree £5m deal with surprise new kit supplier as club move on from Puma – Report

  1. The Frasers Group, which is now part of the cAshley and Sports Direct empire, also appears to own Castore. cAshley of course is the CEO of the Frasers Group, and among their dozens of brands is Castore, which means, in fact, we believe, cAshley still retains control of Rangers’ and Newcastles’ kits after all.
    Some things will never change! ho hum!! 😥


  2. Fat Man getting NUFC signed up with Sports Defect before he sells the Club

    Wish that the Goonies – Ashley, Charmless & Numpty Bruce – would clear their desk’s and go now!

    Wasters the lot


  3. Soon as I heard of the new sponsor, my first thought was “its something to do with the “FATBASTAD ”
    and so it has proved to be and the red white and blye garbage will still be plastered all round the stadium.


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