Sevilla FC and Castore have announced a multi-season partnership, with the sportswear brand becoming the official kit supplier of the La Liga team.

The deal sees Castore design and manufacture bespoke playing and training kits, which will be worn by the Sevilla FC first team, Sevilla FC Women, and the academy teams ahead of the 2022-23 season.

José Castro Carmona, President of Sevilla FC, said: “Partnering with Castore is an important step for our club, because we are linking up with a company that shares our values.

“It is an ambitious brand that in just a few years, starting from scratch, has managed to break the status quo in the world of sports brands in the same way that we have done in Spanish and European football.

“We share this spirit of unlimited growth and we are convinced that both Castore and Sevilla FC are going to achieve important goals together.”

Sevilla joins Castore’s portfolio of sporting partners which currently includes; Andy Murray, Rangers, Newcastle United, McLaren F1 and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

“We’re incredibly proud to announce Castore’s latest partnership with Sevilla FC and to be expanding our presence in European football,” added Tom Beahon, Co-founder of Castore.

“Sevilla are an exceptional team with high aspirations, and we’re confident they are the right club to represent Castore’s ‘Better Never Stops’ philosophy. 

“This is an exciting step for Castore, and we look forward to working closely with Sevilla FC ahead of the 2022-23 season.”

Castore continues to provide bespoke kits throughout the world of sport and earlier this year, USA Rugby revealed a partnership with the brand which then became the official apparel partner for the senior Men’s and Women’s Eagles sides as well as all junior national teams. 

This six-year collaboration now sees players wear their new kit from Spring this year with additional designs launching for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022 and Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021.

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