Hornets strike kit partnership with Kelme

Spanish sportswear manufacturer Kelme

Kelme will produce the Watford FC kits and training wear for the men’s and ladies’ first-team squads

Watford Football Club have announced a new four-year kit deal with Spanish sportswear manufacturer Kelme.

Providing kits to over 30 La Liga outfits, Kelme aims to become one of the biggest brands in world football by 2025.

The largest deal in the club’s history according to the Hornets website, Chairman and CEO of Watford Scott Duxbury shared his delight as the first English team to wear the brand.

“Already famous across Europe, South America and Asia, we are excited that our players and fans will benefit from the quality and distinctiveness of their products,” he said.

Helping to increase the Watford FC brand image, the famous golden kits will be available in up to 180 Kelme-branded stores in China and Spain, as well as via the club’s own retail outlets and online shop!

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