Brugge Signs Macron Kit Deal

The kits of Belgian club Brugge will be made by Italian company Macron from the 2017-18 season, it was announced yesterday. Macron replaces previous Club Brugge kit maker Nike.

Club Brugge Announce Three-Year Macron Kit Deal

Club Brugge's 17-18 kits will be made by Macron.

The new Club Brugge Macron kit deal is valid for three season. No contract details have emerged yet, while the club announced that the new Macron Club Brugge 2017-2018 kits will be released in June 2017.

CEO Vincent Mannaert: "Partnering with Macron can club for the first time in its history unpack shirts designed by the fans themselves. Both the home and the away shirt were developed in collaboration with our supporters. Macron will offer a completely unique, quality Club Brugge line with an eye for details. The Italian brand is the main challenger in the European sports brand landscape. A role that fits Club."

Gianluca Pavanello, CEO Macron, said: "Macron is a European company with strong Italian roots. It is these roots, combined with our passion for sports and quality products that make a difference for our customers. This partnership with Club Brugge is very important to us. The baseline No Sweat / No Glory fits perfectly with our philosophy Work Hard, Play Harder, making us perfect partners. With black and blue we will work closely together to launch a new collection to the history and tradition of this great club will reflect perfectly."

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