Exeter City Football Club have announced a new partnership with Adidas (“Three Stripes”) who will become the club’s new kit supplier from the beginning of the 2023-24 season, replacing the current supplier Joma.
The three year deal will see Adidas provide bespoke playing kits. They will also supply training and replica kit for all teams within the club, the Academy and partner charity Exeter City Community Trust.
Alongside this arrangement, the club will partner with Devon-based Pro:Direct who will be the exclusive distributor of the new kit. The deal means there will be three new shirts this year, which are due to be revealed at the beginning of July, as well as an expected new shirt sponsor.
Justin Quick, Chief Operating Officer at Exeter City FC, said:
We’re really pleased to have signed this deal with Adidas, who are renown for quality and excellence. In addition, we’re delighted to welcome Pro:Direct on board as our supplier. It’s particularly pleasing to work with a Devon-based company.
We’d also like to thank Joma for their fantastic commitment and support to our club over the last decade.
Adam Parker, Category Leader Clubhouse and Partnerships at Pro:Direct, said:
We are delighted to announce this partnership with Exeter City Football Club. At Pro:Direct we have a mission to serve sport through specialty, choice, quality of service and an expertise at every level. As always, all efforts are focused on bringing excellence to the player, the team and the surrounding community of Exeter City FC.
We are proud to add Exeter to our Clubhouse and look forward to a successful launch of the new kits and training range.
A hint of what the new shirt might look like is contained within the club’s Twitter account
✍️ Exeter City x Adidas
We are delighted to announce a new partnership with Adidas who will become the club’s new kit supplier from the beginning of the 2️⃣3️⃣/2️⃣4️⃣ season
— Exeter City FC (@OfficialECFC) May 31, 2023
We wait with eager anticipation the final designs of the three shirts!