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Leeds United is delighted to announce a new six-season kit deal with Italian sportswear brand Macron.

The new agreement will see the club's partnership with Macron continue after three successful years.

Macron was well-established on the continent across all sports when we first agreed a deal in 2008. The company's profile has risen during the course of our initial agreement and they now supply a number of English teams.

Leeds United chief executive Shaun Harvey said: "When we first agreed a deal with Macron we were viewed as their flagship across Europe and we are delighted to be able to continue that association for the next six years.

"The decision to work with Macron in preference to other international brands was easy when we learned that their long-term objectives for their brand complement our own ambitions.

"The technical specification of the products is exceptionally high and Macron are at the forefront of this area which allows our players to have the best start to every game."

Gianluca Pavanello, CEO of Macron, said: "Macron is very proud for the extension of the partnership with the club. Leeds was the first club to believe in Macron in the UK. The collaboration has allowed Macron to demonstrate skills in engaging its resource every day in order to create unique products for the team and the fans through a distinctive service."

"Macron is really looking forward to the coming seasons together."

The deal will see Macron supplying kits, training wear for the senior team, reserves team, and Academy, as well as quality product for our retail operation.

Leeds United


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