Most English Puma Teams Get Same Kit Template

The 2019-2020 kit release season is in full swing. With it, we no only get a look at the jerseys of the best teams but also the shirts of lower-division teams. Now kit experts Club 25 Football and several people noted that a lot of English lower division teams sponsored by Puma are getting the same template.

UK Puma Teamwear Supplier Gives Same Template To Many Different Teams

The Puma kits for English teams such as Oxford United, Rotherham United, Plymouth Argyle and several other are all based on the same, remarkable template that has been introduced in 2019. They just feature bespoke colors but no custom design elements.

The reason why all these Puma teams all get the same kits is pretty simple. UK company Puma Teamwear (formerly Genesis) is Puma’s exclusive licensee in the UK and Ireland. They supply Puma kit and trainingwear to more than 20 professional football league clubs. Puma Teamwear (formerly Genesis) has been supplying the kits for English clubs since 2002.

We think that all Puma lower-division English league kits were created using the company's Kit Manager. The Kit Manager allows teams to create kits with custom colors + logos etc.

In the last years, English Puma teams already got the same designs. So it is actually nothing new but still questionable.

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