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Nottingham Forest extend partnership with Macron

30 October 2020

Nottingham Forest are delighted to announce the extension of their partnership with Macron which will see the Italian sportswear brand continue as official kit and training wear partner for another five seasons, starting from the 2021-22 campaign.

The extension builds on a very successful first three seasons of the partnership and Macron will remain as the club’s official kit partner, providing a full array of kits and training wear to the first team, the academy and all youth teams as well as the women’s team.

This season’s camouflage-inspired third shirt, designed and developed by Macron, proved extremely popular with Reds supporters and has gone on to be one of the quickest-selling kits in the club’s history.

Nottingham Forest’s Chief Commercial Officer, David Cook, said: “Despite the ongoing challenges of Covid-19, we are delighted that Macron have committed to our partnership for the long term.

“When we decided to join forces with the brand, we highlighted our keenness to develop not only bespoke kits but also a fully-customized training range. Now in our third year, we are seeing the partnership blossom in this space.

“This season’s camouflage-inspired third kit is one of the fastest-selling shirts in the club’s history and we are thrilled to extend our partnership with Macron for a further five years.”

Gianluca Pavanello, CEO of Macron, said: “We are delighted to continue the journey alongside a prestigious club like Nottingham Forest. Two European Cups and many other national and international trophies shine in the trophy cabinet of this club and being able to enhance the history of the club through these shirts is a great commitment, but also a great stimulus.

“English football is very important to us and our growth in this market is the recognition that the quality and reliability of our products is widely appreciated and the renewal of our partnership with Nottingham Forest is further confirmation of this."


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