Stoke City Sign Warrior Kit Deal

Stoke City today announced the new Warrior Sports kit deal after their previous shirts were made by Adidas. Stoke City is the second Premier League team to wear Warrior Kits after Liverpool signed a contract with Warrior two years ago. The Potters are the second oldest professional football club in the world and are currently eleventh in the Premier League.

See the new Stoke City 14-15 Kits, released on March 24th 2014

Stoke City Warrior Sports Kit Deal

Warrior will design the new Stoke City 14-15 Home and Away Kits as well as the training wear. While no further kit details like the kit deal runtime were announced, the Stoke City Executive Tony Scholes said:

City Chief Executive Tony Scholes said: "We are delighted to have strengthened our partnership structure by signing an agreement for Warrior to become our new kit provider. Warrior are an exciting brand to work with and next season we will be one of just two English clubs to wear their products, alongside Liverpool."

He also announced that they reduced the price for Children's replica kits and compliment Warrior for "designing bespoke products".

Richard Wright, General Manager of Warrior Football, said:"“Warrior is delighted to be partnering with Stoke City Football Club. They are a team steeped in history; a pillar of English football. We're looking forward to working very closely with the club and engaging with the fans over the next few months and years."

The new Warrior Stoke City 2014-15 Kits are expected to be released in June 2014. However, one thing is certain: Stoke City will receive unique kits from the upcoming season.