Live4Soccer will be suppliers of the technical kit, training and travel wear for Chester FC for the next two seasons.
The partnership will also include an online shop allowing fans to order merchandise direct to their home (P&P applies), supplementing club shop sales. The kit will be available in the club shop from Thursday 8th July, during the same time the office is open for season ticket sales.
Adults can purchase home or away shirts for £34.99. If purchasing a home and away shirt in the same size the price will be £65 (club shop offer only). For children's sizes it's £24.99. And in a unique offer for Under 16s, a season ticket and shirt will cost just £45; for 16 and 17 years olds it will cost £80.
Chester FC CEO Steve Ashton said: “We are sure that both our players and fans will enjoy wearing the Joma kits and branded merchandise. Joma supply kits to Spanish and Scottish Premiership clubs, Championship clubs and also world cup finalists Honduras.
“We would like to thank Live4Soccer and their Chester representative Michael Jeske for their assistance. Live4Soccer are making a significant commitment to Chester FC in an historic season through the provision of kit to the first team squad."
“The partnership with Live4Soccer has been established to provide excellent branded merchandise for Chester Football Club and also an online sales platform that will supplement club shop sales.”
Michael Jeske from Live4Soccer said "It is an exciting time for Chester FC and their supporters and Live4Soccer are delighted to be involved with such a prestigious club. The Joma official merchandise collection we are supplying provides a large range of high quality products for supporters and will help Chester FC develop a new brand identity. We wish the club every success for the forthcoming season and look forward to our new partnership".
The full range of merchandise will be available online at http://www.chesterfc.com by the end of July.
Replica shirts, polo tops and training tops will be available in the club shop from Thursday 8th July.
Pictured L-R: John Greaves (MBNA Communciations Executive), Rob Hopley, Michael Jeske (Live4Soccer), Mark Connolly