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Birmingham City announce Carbrini partnership

Posted: Wed 11 Jun 2014

Birmingham City Football Club is delighted to announce Carbrini as the club's new official kit supplier for the 2014/15 season.

The club are equally pleased to be continuing their relationship with JD Sports, having enjoyed two seasons wearing the Diadora brand.

To kick off the Carbrini range, a new look Blues training wear/matchday package will be available later this month, ahead of the new home, away and third kit launches planned for July onwards.

As JD Sports continues to grow its football offering and portfolio of clubs, Carbrini is to become even more visible on the pitch as Blues join a number of other clubs representing the brand for the 2014/15 season.

JD Sports' head of football, Guy Walker commented; “We have built a great relationship with the club over the past two years and are delighted that the Carbrini brand will be associated with such a prestigious club as Birmingham City. 

"The two previous seasons under the endorsement of the Diadora brand was very well received by both the club and the fans and as Carbrini will become more dominant and apparent within the football sector, we felt it was only right to have a club of their stature wearing the Carbrini brand for the 2014/15 season."  

Wayne Cowen, head of ticketing and retail at Blues said: "The product and service that we've received from JD Sports over the last two years has been outstanding and we are delighted to be involved in furthering Carbrini as a leading brand in football." 

The training range will soon be followed by a new trio of kits with the first of these launching next month. All three kits will feature Carbrini C-X-Tech fabric which has been developed to disperse moisture across the surface of the fabric and help to keep the body dry at all times.

The training wear range will be available in the Blues Store, your local JD store or on 

To see more of JD Sports’ Carbrini product along with other top brands from the King of Trainers visit
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