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UK sportswear brand Castore agrees kit deal with Premier League club

Fast-growing UK sportswear brand part-owned by Sir Andy Murray agrees first kit deal with Premier League club

A fast-growing UK sportswear brand part-owned by Sir Andy Murray has agreed its first kit deal with a Premier League club. 

Castore will supply Wolverhampton Wanderers in a multi-year partnership thought to be worth several million pounds. 

Less than a week ago it was revealed that the Liverpool-based brand’s new biggest investors are billionaire brothers Mohsin and Zuber Issa, the owners of Asda. 

Serving an ace: Wimbledon champion Sir Andy Murray became a Castore shareholder in 2019

Castore was launched in 2015 by brothers Tom and Phil Beahon, and also has the backing of New Look founder Tom Singh and Net-a-Porter founder Arnaud Massenet. 

Wimbledon champion Murray became a shareholder in 2019. 

The deal with Wolves is the second major football kit partnership for Castore, having struck a five-year agreement in May 2020 with Scottish champions Rangers. 

It also has deals with other stars, such as England rugby captain Owen Farrell.


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