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Berekum Chelsea lands bumper apparel deal with Kubba
27
Dec '10
Ghana Premier League highflyers Berekum Chelsea have landed a bumper apparel deal with Singaporean outfit Kubba.

The agreement is part of an effort by management of the club to make it the most professional in the country. The Ghana leaders clinched the US$ 350,000 deal as a result of their excellent performance so far this season.

The agreement between the two outfits will last for three years. As part of the deal Berekum Chelsea will hold a pre-season tour of Singapore at the start of every season.

“We have reached an agreement for Kubba to provide us with apparel for the next three years,” Obed Nana Kwame Nketiah, Berekum Chelsea CEO, said.

“We are keen on putting our club on the same pedestal as some of the best clubs in the world and this deal falls in that direction.

“We will be travelling to Singapore at the start of every season for our pre-season preparations also as part of the deal.

Kubba is impressed with the way we have run out club so far this season and this is only the start of many things we will unveil.”

Kubba will also supply the club with apparel including jerseys, boots, footballs, hoses shin guards and training kits.

Berekum Chelsea are the third Ghanaian club to land a kit sponsorship deal.

Hearts of Oak are tied with German kit suppliers Jako while Kotoko are signed to American firm Plus-One.

Kubba is a sportswear company with operations in Malaysia, Singapore, the United States.

Kubba has strong affinity with football and has sponsored several club and players in Asia.

Berekum Chelsea Football Club


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