Sunrisers are delighted to reveal that our squads will wear Castore kit for the 2024 season, after Middlesex Cricket announced that the Club has entered into a multi-year partnership with the sportswear brand.
Castore has become a major player in the world of sports apparel, partnering with an array of elite athletes and teams across the globe including both the England and New Zealand Cricket teams, the Football Association of Ireland, a host of leading European football Clubs, both McLaren and Oracle Red Bull Racing teams, and Sir Andy Murray to name but a few.
Middlesex has worked closely with the Castore team to develop and design the bespoke new playing kit and training wear, which will be worn from 2024 onwards by the Sunrisers First Eleven, Academy and EPP squads.
Speaking of the new partnership with Middlesex Cricket, Tom Beahon, Founder of Castore, said:
“We’re thrilled to announce our long-term partnership with Middlesex County Cricket Club and the Sunrisers, this collaboration continues Castore’s expansion in Cricket as we look ahead to the 2024 season.”
On announcing the long-term partnership with Castore, Imogen Gilliar, Middlesex’s Senior Commercial Manager, commented:
“We are absolutely thrilled to announce this multi-year partnership with Castore, which represents an exciting new direction for the Club.
It’s been great working closely with the dedicated Castore team to help us create a playing kit that encompasses all that we are as a Club. We look forward to unveiling this to our followers in the very near future.”
The Club will be unveiling the new-look Castore playing kit in the coming weeks, so keep an eye out for this exciting reveal coming your way.