Three-year deal signed with investment firm Convivia
Albert Adomah, Ilias Chair and Jimmy Dunne in the new kit
Queen’s Park Rangers [QPR] Football Club has unveiled its new kits for the 2022/23 season, following a dedicated launch event held at the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School.
Over 100 season ticket holders were invited along to the event for and exclusive opportunity to see the new home, away and goalkeeper strip in person, as modelled by Albert Adomah, Jimmy Dunne, Ilias Chair and Seny Dieng respectively.
In addition, thousands of fans took to social media to watch the reveal by livestream.
The new QPR home kit comprises of a classic hooped, pure blue and white shirt with some additional touches – including the front of shirt sponsor Convivia logo transformed from gold into white.
The away kit design reflects the home, but in a new colour combination of navy, claret, and gold, with the additional touch of gold names and numbers.
The home and away shirts have been made using Errea’s T-Energy fabric, which has antiviral and antibacterial properties along with Minusnine J1+ treatment which repels liquids and droplets. As Errea doesn’t use petrochemical dyes in the sublimation process, it says the shirts are not only better for the health and wellbeing of the wearer, but also for the environment.
Cardinal Vaughan was the school attended by Roy Ledgister, CEO of Convivia and lifelong QPR supporter, who grew up in Shepherd's Bush.
He said, “Seeing the Convivia brand front and centre of the new QPR 2022/23 season kits is a genuine dream come true and one the team and I are immensely proud of – particularly as the new kits look fantastic!
"For us, sponsoring QPR is more than just a commercial partnership, it’s an opportunity to integrate with and support the wider local community – starting with the incredible fanbase. We are delighted with the positive response we have received to date and now look forward to being part of the club for this next three-year term.”
The new QPR away kit
Euan Inglis, Commercial Director of QPR added, We are delighted with this season’s kits, the home shirt is a modern take on the classic QPR home shirt with a thin tramline, which runs parallel to the traditional hoops. The letter and numbers will also return to red this season. The away shirt is a hooped design in navy and berry colours, with a striking gold piping and gold tramlines that run parallel to the hoops.”
The 2022/23 replica kits will be available to purchase from the Stadium Superstore and online from 23 July.
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July 18, 2022