Nike becomes QPR’s official kit apparel, training kit and equipment supplier from 2014-15 season.
Queens Park Rangers players Joey Barton, Charlie Austin and Nedum Onuoha unveiled the club’s new home, away and third kits at Nike’s Phenomenal House in London.
Phenomenal House at the Sorting Office is open until May 31 for a unique, diverse and action-packed celebration of fearless football and London’s love of the game.
The kits were revealed in front of QPR fans and in the presence of the club’s manager Harry Redknapp.
The home kit features the classic royal blue and white-hooped design on the jersey, along with all-white shorts and socks.
The away jersey boasts a bold red and black striped design and a stylish V-neck collar. The away kit shorts and socks are both black.
The elegant and modern third kit comes in an all-white design.
Nike Dri-FIT technology and engineered mesh material construction helps players stay dry and cool on the pitch, increasing breathability and air flow where athletes need it most, to help the team perform at the highest level.
The five-year deal means that Nike will provide apparel, training kit and equipment for Queens Park Rangers until at least May 2019.
“Queens Park Rangers’ recent promotion to the Premier League is a sign of exciting things to come,” said Marc van Pappelendam VP/GM Nike UK & Ireland. “The club has such a rich history and we look forward to developing a strong partnership into the future.“
QPR CEO, Philip Beard, commented: “We’re proud not only to be making our return to the Premier League, but also to be associated with the leading global brand in football. We look forward to enjoying a long and successful partnership with Nike.”