Kits manufacturing company, Umbro have extended their partnership deal with Ghanaian powerhouse Hearts Of Oak until 2023.
The Phobians on Thursday, September 16, 2021, unveiled their new Umbro home and away kits for the 2021/22 season.
The club is expected to use it this weekend when they face Guinean side CI Kamsar in the preliminary round of the CAF Champions League.
Umbro has partnered with Hearts since November 2018, and the club’s contract with the UK kit providers runs out in November.
However, Umbro South Africa has announced a two-year extension as the official technical sponsor of Ghanian Premier League side goants.
“We are pleased to announce that our partnership with Accra Hearts of Oak has been extended for a further two seasons”, says David Ricketts, CEO at Umbro South Africa.
“As a club, Hearts of Oak is one of Africa’s oldest and most distinguished football clubs. The synergy between our proud football heritages is the foundation of this relationship and there have been major successes both on and off the pitch; not least of which was the independent ranking of the Phobians’ now iconic home kit as the heritage Africa. Hearts of Oak are great ambassadors for African football, and it is an honour that we are able to continue our association with them.”
“We at Accra Hearts of Oak S.C. are very proud to be associated with the Umbro brand, one of the leading sports kit manufacturers in the world. As candid more commercial partnerships and strengthen existing ones, we are very pleased to be able to extend our partnership with Umbro for a further two years”, remarked Togbe Afede XIV, Executive Board Chairman of Accra Hearts of Oak S.C.
“The upcoming CAF champions league competition and the 2021/2022 Ghana Premier League season will witness our great club wear the new, thoughtfully designed kits from Umbro. We will encourage our teaming supporters to patronize our new replica jerseys when they become available in due course, as they have done for pclubwearerseys”.
Umbro South Africa is pleased to announce a two-year extension as the official technical sponsor of Ghanian Premier League side, Accra Hearts of Oak.