Leading UK sportswear company, Castore, has secured a five-year kit deal with the Saracens Rugby Union team. This multimillion-pound agreement marks Castore’s first foray into the Rugby Premiership and coincides with Saracens’ return to the league. Starting from July 1st, Castore will produce custom-designed kits for the 2021/22 season, taking over from sportswear giant Nike. The company’s kits, renowned for their technical fabrics and unique designs, will be supplied to both the men’s and women’s teams, as well as the Saracens Mavericks Netball Superleague side.

The highly anticipated new kits will be revealed in late summer and will be available for purchase in the official club store ahead of the new season. Saracens’ CEO, Lucy Wray, expressed her enthusiasm for the partnership, highlighting Castore’s innovative approach to sportswear that aligns with the club’s values. Tom Beahon, co-founder of Castore, also expressed his pride in collaborating with such a successful team and passionate fanbase. He believes that Saracens, along with its highly accomplished women’s teams, perfectly embodies Castore’s ethos of “Better Never Stops,” showcasing their relentless dedication to performance and success.

Castore’s supplier agreements have played a crucial role in the company’s significant growth since its inception in 2015. The company’s partnership portfolio includes renowned football clubs Wolverhampton Wanderers and Glasgow Rangers, the McLaren Formula 1 racing team, rugby union teams Sydney Roosters and Melbourne Storm, as well as celebrated athletes such as Adam Peaty, Jos Buttler, Andy Murray, and Owen Farrell. By venturing into English rugby and teaming up with Saracens, Castore solidifies its position as a leading provider of high-quality sportswear.

Useful links:
1. Castore Official Website
2. Saracens Rugby Club Official Website