Queens Park Rangers signed a 10 year multi-million pound kit deal with Dryworld today. The Canadian apparel company will replace Nike as the club’s technical sponsor providing matchday jerseys, training gear, and other apparel starting this summer.
According to a report on the club’s website said: “We are delighted to partner with Dryworld,” Euan Inglis, the commercial director at QPR, told the club’s website. “This is a new and exciting partnership for both ourselves and Dryworld and we’re really looking forward to working alongside their team over the coming years.”
The deal will give the club ‘complete autonomy’ over the kit and kit designs to make sure they meet the expectations of the fans.
The first QPR kit will be unveiled in June.
The London club currently plays in the English Championship, the second tier of English soccer.
Dryworld is expanding the presence as a technical sponsor in the soccer. They signed deals with Brazilian sides Atlético Mineiro, Goias and Fluminense earlier this year.