Ghana Premier League club Hearts of Oak today have officially unveiled their Umbro kits at the Accra Sports Stadium.
The Phobians secured a three-year deal with the English sportswear brand last year under the stewardship of former C.E.O Mark Noonan.
Tema Youth owner Wilfred Osei Kwaku “Palmer’ at the event paid a sum of GHc 20,000 for one shirt.
The Accra-based last year signed a partnership agreement with the English sportswear and doing so joined a host of clubs including Everton, Huddersfield Town, Werder Bremen and FC Nürnberg who are being kitted by the English sportswear and football equipment supplier.
According to deal, Umbro will be the exclusive global technical partner of the club, supplying the Hearts playing squad with best-in-class authentic competition wear, training apparel and equipment, off-field apparel, footwear and luggage.
The deal was brokered by their former Chief Executive Officer, Mr Mark Noonan.
Umbro will be kitting the Rainbow boys from the 2019-20 season replacing Barex
The cost of a replica jersey is GH₵160.