We are delighted to announce that the Club have completed a deal with KiT SPORTSWEAR to become our new team and leisurewear supplier ahead of the 2023/24 season. Having met with committee and coaches it was an easy decision to join and the initial deal will be for a three year period. Coming soon will be an online club shop with plenty of different options of things you can buy. Speaking of the new announcement, General Manager Ian Pearce said: “We are delighted to have agreed this new partnership for the Club and those coaches who attended the meeting could see the excellent quality that we will be able to offer. “As we are a club with teams at all age groups and levels it is always been our ambition to have everybody playing in exactly the same kit but due to product time limits this isn’t always possible with a traditional supplier or manufacturer, however, from next season the playing kit of ATFC will be unique to us as it will be our design and therefore will remain for as long as we want. So within a short space of time we should see kids from the youngest age group up to the seniors all playing in the same yellow and black”. “Having the main sales contact, Mike Butts, being local to us was also a key component and we would like to thank him, and all at KiT Sportswear, for their support and enthusiasm and we look forward to what we all hope is a long and beneficial partnership”. From KiT Sportswear Mike commented on the new arrangement by saying: “We are thrilled to welcome Aberdare Town to the KiT family who are the latest Club to take advantage of our excellent partnership benefits by signing a three year deal and hope that will be the start of a long term arrangement. We are working on the new online shop and that will be launched soon”.
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Published Wednesday 5th April 2023
KIT announced as new teamwear partner
ABERDARE TOWN Football Club
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“Where toil the Cymry deep in sunless pits and emptying all their hills to warm the world”
W.H.Davies
We are delighted to announce that the Club have completed a deal with KiT SPORTSWEAR to become our new team and leisurewear supplier ahead of the 2023/24 season. Having met with committee and coaches it was an easy decision to join and the initial deal will be for a three year period. Coming soon will be an online club shop with plenty of different options of things you can buy. Speaking of the new announcement, General Manager Ian Pearce said: “We are delighted to have agreed this new partnership for the Club and those coaches who attended the meeting could see the excellent quality that we will be able to offer. “As we are a club with teams at all age groups and levels it is always been our ambition to have everybody playing in exactly the same kit but due to product time limits this isn’t always possible with a traditional supplier or manufacturer, however, from next season the playing kit of ATFC will be unique to us as it will be our design and therefore will remain for as long as we want. So within a short space of time we should see kids from the youngest age group up to the seniors all playing in the same yellow and black”. “Having the main sales contact, Mike Butts, being local to us was also a key component and we would like to thank him, and all at KiT Sportswear, for their support and enthusiasm and we look forward to what we all hope is a long and beneficial partnership”. From KiT Sportswear Mike commented on the new arrangement by saying: “We are thrilled to welcome Aberdare Town to the KiT family who are the latest Club to take advantage of our excellent partnership benefits by signing a three year deal and hope that will be the start of a long term arrangement. We are working on the new online shop and that will be launched soon”.
Published Wednesday 5th April 2023
bePARTofIT
KIT announced as new teamwear partner
© Copyright 2023 - The official website of Aberdare Town FC
ABERDARE TOWN Football Club
W.H.Davies
“Where toil the Cymry deep in sunless pits and emptying all their hills to warm the world”