- The Kenya Rugby Football Club Mwamba RFC has announced its partnership with international UK-based kit manufacturer supplier Samurai Sportswear who will now be the club’s official technical partner for next season (2020/21).
Mwamba, through an announcement on their official website, revealed the deal would see all coaching and technical wear will be courtesy of Samurai, who has also unveiled an array of accessories and leisurewear to accompany the kits.
For the home strip, their 2020/21 season wear will see the legendary black color remains, with fading white hoops visible from the top. This will be won with black shorts and socks.
On the away kit design, the club reveals that it will boast a wide range of colors, with stripes of green, orange and blue artistically covering parts of the sleeves. The whole shirt has a blue background and will be accompanied by blue shorts and black socks maintained.
The Club president Alvas Onguru honored the opportunity terming it as incredible.
“Working with Samurai is an incredible opportunity for the club to create an amazing identity amongst players, staff, and supporters. They are a proven and popular brand amongst teams in the region and around the world, and we’re excited about the quality of products that Terry and his team will be able to offer,” Alvas Onguru said.
On the other hand, through their Chief Executive Terry Sands, Samurai express their pleasure and privilege for the partnership as an honor.
“Samurai are honored to have been chosen once again by Stanbic Mwamba for this partnership, and we feel privileged to be involved with a club with Mwamba’s playing heritage and history. We look forward to serving both the club professionals and supporters with our match day, training, and leisure kit,” Terry Sands said.
According to a statement on the club’s website, the kits and an array of fan merchandise will be launched virtually due to the current coronavirus pandemic that has led to the suspension of global sporting activities.
Furthermore, the home replica jersey will be sold at Sh4,000, and fans can pre-order the merchandise online via the club’s portal.