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Canadian Premier League signs up Macron as kit provider

The Canadian Premier League football competition has entered into a long-term partnership with Italian sportswear manufacturer Macron.

Under the agreement, Macron will serve as the official kit provider of the CPL from the 2019 season.

Macron will provide playing kits and training gear for HFX Wanderers FC, York 9 FC, Forge FC, Valour FC, FC Edmonton, Cavalry FC and Pacific FC.

CPL commissioner David Clanachan said: “We are thrilled that a globally-respected soccer brand like Macron has chosen the CPL as their most significant investment to date in North America as this represents a major shift in our market. We have partnered with Macron with the prospect of providing the most innovative soccer apparel for the players at every level of the game in Canada.”

The deal was negotiated by Canadian Soccer Business on behalf of the CPL.

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