King’s Lynn Town will wear Joma kits next season after they announced signing a two-year deal with the Spanish supplier at the weekend.

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The Linnets unveiled their new strips at the club’s open day on Saturday with Steve Spriggs modelling Lynn’s home colours, Danny Beaumont wearing the new turquoise away number and Alex Street showing off the goalkeeper’s outfit.

Chairman Keith ‘Buster’ Chapman explained why the club decided to use Joma after their one-year deal with Hummel expired.

He said: “Joma are a great brand and have been chasing us since last season but I said we would only change if we ended up having a new main team sponsor.

“The kits look very nice and I would like to thank Ikon Clothing store in King’s Lynn for all their help in putting this deal together.”

Joma brand manager Gary Bright said: “King’s Lynn Town will join current Joma teams such as Valencia, Getafe, Fiorentina and Honduras, and we are proud to add them to the prestigious list of teams that have worn the Joma brand in the past and present. “Joma would like to wish the players, management and supporters association with the club a hugely successful season.”

The Linnets are expected to announce their new “top-tier” sponsor, whose name will adorn the club’s kits next season, in the coming weeks.



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