Warrington Town announce new kit partner and provide update on ground


WARRINGTON Town’s season may have finished last Saturday, but they are already looking ahead to the 2024/25 season.

Capelli Sport, a global multi-sports brand based in New York City, have been appointed as the club’s new official kit and team wear supplier on a multi-year deal, following eight seasons with Macron.

New home and away kits will be launched this summer amidst increasing fan interest, which has seen the club increase its average crowds by more than 50% season-on-season.

Yellows chairman Toby Macormac said: “With the growth of the club in recent years, we now have a significant demand for replica kits and it was important that we were able to partner with a supplier who can supply something that will excite fans year in, year out.

“Not only that, but they must provide the quality that our management team demands throughout the club so that the players can perform at their best. Through our numerous meetings with Capelli sport, we feel that we have found the perfect partner to tick all those boxes. We have some more exciting announcements to come in the summer.”

UK & Ireland country manager, Capelli Sport, Tristan Batt said: “As we move into our second year of trading in the UK, we are delighted to announce this key partnership with Warrington Town FC. From our first meeting at our HQ in Manchester, we were impressed with the professionalism and enthusiasm of the management team at Warrington Town FC.

“We have big ambitions for how we want to bring this partnership to life, not only through connections in the local community, as well as supporting the growth of the club as it builds its fan
base. I wish to thank Toby and the Warrington Town FC board for their trust in Capelli Sport, we look forward to building this partnership going forward, supporting the club to maximise its potential by bringing to life the unique Capelli Sport football eco-system.”

Meanwhile, the club has also provided supporters with an update on the ongoing ground improvements, required to satisfy the ground grading requirements of the National League.

The roof has now been completed on the new stand at the away end of the ground, which will also have a standing terrace shortly added. Further standing areas are being created around the ground to improve the fan experience, while new turnstiles are due to be installed next week.

A club statement said: “Although the additional work has created further time pressures, the club is confident of meeting the requirements ahead of the deadline. We would like to pay tribute and thanks to all of the people who have helped.”


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