Yesu to dress Jumulo FC

Written by on July 9, 2019


NEWLY promoted Copperbelt Division one side Jumulo Football Club has clinched a two-year kit deal with Kabwe -based sportswear manufacturer Yesu Sports.

Jumulo media liaison officer Obi Malambo told the Sun Sport that the deal was worth K285, 000 which is for the supply of over 100 pairs of playing jerseys and training kit.

He said that the deal will come into effect at the beginning of new season which stars in August.

Malambo said that the deal would see Yesu supply home and away playing jerseys, bibs, cons as well as 2,500 replica jerseys during the duration of the contract.

He said that the club was looking at ways of partnering with local businesses to have mutual benefits for both parties.

“As a club we are looking at ways of working with local businesses for mutual benefit and this deal with Yesu is an example of such a desire,’’ he said.

Jumulo qualified to the newly formed provincial division one league after topping its Copper belt Division two with 24 points.

After promotion, the Kitwe-based side is now renovating its Buchi Stadium in preparation of the upcoming season to conform to club licensing requirements.

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