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USA Rugby Signs Apparel Deal with Castore

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USA Rugby Signs Apparel Deal with Castore

USA Rugby and Castore have signed a six-year deal.

GLENDALE, Colo. (USA Rugby Release) — USA Rugby has announced a six-year apparel deal with UK-based sportswear company Castore.

The global sports performance wear company will become the official apparel partner for the senior Men’s and Women’s Eagles as well as all junior national teams. Players will sport their new kit as early as Spring of 2022 with additional designs launching for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2022 and Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 (happening in September of 2022).

Following Castore’s growth over the past year, USA Rugby will become its second national rugby team, joining several established partnerships including Samoa Rugby, Saracens, Sir Andy Murray, Adam Peaty, Newcastle United, England Cricket, and many others. Castore also recently signed a lucrative partnership with McLaren Formula 1 to further diversify its portfolio of partners.

With a product development team that emphasizes the latest technology and advancements in sportswear, the partnership expects to see an ongoing evolution, year over year, that delivers the best in performance apparel as the Eagles compete on the world’s biggest stages.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with another national rugby union team in USA Rugby," said Pascal Lafitte, Director of Partnerships at Castore. “USA have developed rapidly over the recent years, much like Castore, and we look forward to giving their fans something else to get excited about in the build up to Rugby World Cups in 2022, 2023 and beyond."

“This partnership is an exciting start to a new year and a new chapter for USA Rugby," added USA Rugby CEO Ross Young. "As we continue to grow on the world stage, we look forward to having a partner that not only delivers a compelling portfolio in design technology, but also one that believes in investing in the growth of American rugby over the next several years.”