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Hoci Cymru sign multi-year partnership with Castore


Hoci Cymru is delighted to announce we’ve teamed up with Castore and Kitlocker.com on a brand new, multi-year partnership for 2024 and beyond.


The partnership will see Castore become our official apparel partner, with cutting edge match kits and training wear provided by the iconic sportswear brand. Hoci Cymru have worked closely with the design team to ensure the bold, fresh kits for this season encompass our values whilst allowing athletes to feel comfortable and perform at their best.


Tom Ward, Kitlocker.com Director, said:


"It's a pleasure to work alongside Hoci Cymru. We're delighted to supply world class Castore product into the hockey market and we're really excited to see this partnership grow to support grassroots clubs."


The partnership will also see Castore produce a comprehensive range of high-quality leisurewear for supporters, which will, along with replica playing kit and training wear, be available for members and supporters to purchase through our brand new official online store, powered by kitlocker.com.


Adam Knight, Head of Teamwear at Castore said added:


“We are proud to have marked the beginning of our presence in Hockey through our partnership with Hoci Cymru.


“We feel the partnership epitomises our Better Never Stops ethos and are really excited about the upcoming Easter series where we can showcase our product on the international stage.”


Paul Whapham, Hoci Cymru CEO, commented:


"Following an extensive tender exercise, we are extremely excited to sign a long-term partnership with Castore and their e-commerce partner Kitlocker. Castore is a global leader in sportwear with experience of working with some of the biggest names in sport.


"This partnership will not only provide our athletes with high quality playing kit and technical wear, but it will also enable us to create a new e-commerce platform and revenue streams for the organisation.


"We can’t wait to see our international teams run out in the new strip at our Easter Series."



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