Bedford Blues are delighted to announce that their four year relationship with kit provider Zoo Sports is set to continue with a one year extension until the end of the 2015/16 season.

Since coming on board with the club in 2011, Zoo Sports have provided Bedford Blues with an impressive array of kits as well as a huge selection of leisurewear for players and fans alike.

As part of the new deal, Zoo are in the process of manufacturing a brand new away shirt for the 2015/16 Greene King IPA Championship season.

Speaking about the deal, Bedford Blues Chairman Geoff Irvine said: “We are thrilled to continue our work with Zoo Sports who have been fantastic supporters of the club over the past four seasons and have a good understanding of the merchandise requirements of the club.

“Zoo have been very open and willing to listen to our ideas for products and we are looking forward to working closely with them once again as we head into another new season.”

Established in July 2010, Zoo Sport have been working with teams in the UK that replicate their own ambition and have the determination to succeed which fits with the company's ethos of 'We Love to Win'.

Bedford Blues was one of the first rugby clubs in the UK to use Zoo Sports who have an excellent reputation for quality and service, supported by a strong sales, product and marketing background across a number of different sports worldwide and are proud to be the Blues clothing partner of choice.

Zoo Sports Managing Director, David Peyton said: “We are delighted to be renewing our relationship with Bedford Blues and continue our successful merchandise and kit partnership with such a great brand.

“This is a true partnership on both sides and we look forward to a very bright future working with the Blues, hopefully the new designs and initiatives will engage fans and players alike.”

Details of the brand new Bedford Blues 2015/16 away kit and new leisurewear range will be available on the club's website in the coming weeks.

Next Home Match

Saturday 27th October
1st XV Championship
Goldington Road