Premium sportswear brand Castore and Surrey County Cricket Club – one of the most historic English cricket clubs – are delighted to announce a multi-year partnership from 2023.
This exciting new partnership will see Castore become the Club’s Official Teamwear Supplier from the start of the 2023 season, offering fans a greater level of engagement and the opportunity to draw even closer to their favourite team.
Castore and Surrey have worked closely to co-develop a bespoke range of playing and training products to meet the demands of what is a long and intense season. The new ranges will be worn by the men’s and women’s sides, all club staff, as well as all levels of the county age group system.
Pascal Lafitte, Director of Partnerships at Castore said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with Surrey, arguably one of the most successful county teams in the modern era. Not only are they a hugely impressive brand but we share the mindset of relentlessly pursuing ways to optimize performance, encapsulated by Castore’s motto ‘Better Never Stops’.
“Surrey have an impressive reputation for creating one of the best production lines in cricket and we’re extremely excited to be supporting not only the men’s and women’s teams but also the very impressive pathway system that the Club have developed.”
Gareth Batty, Head Coach at Surrey CCC, said: “We’ve worked closely with Castore to produce a bespoke range of kit for all teams representing Surrey to wear. Castore are a top sportswear brand and we share their vision for constant improvement on and off the field. The 2023 season will be another big one for the club and we’re pleased to have Castore join us for the campaign.”
The new kits will be launched before the season starts and will be available to buy online and instore ahead of the 2023 season which will kick off in April 2023 as Surrey look to defend the LV= Insurance County Championship title.
Surrey join Castore’s already very impressive portfolio of sports partnerships which includes the likes of Oracle Red Bull Racing, England Cricket, Rangers FC, Newcastle United, Sevilla, Saracens, and athletes such as Jos Buttler, Adam Peaty, Matt Fitzpatrick and Sir Andy Murray.