We have a New Kit Partner

We are delighted to announce that Moving Forward Sports will become official kit partner to Bromsgrove Sporting Football club for the 2023/34 season.

Formed by Managing Director, Jamie Marler, Moving Forward Sports were founded in 2012 and are an independent sports retailer who specialises in bespoke/custom made kits and clothing. They produce kits and clothing for a range of sports and events and were recently the manufacturers for the Masters Football event in 2022.

Jamie is well known to the club and set up his company out of the Victoria Ground back in 2012 and was also the kit manufacturer of Bromsgrove Sporting during our early years. More recently Moving Forward Sports worked closely with the club to design and create the Cody Fisher tribute kit which was worn against Stratford Town in the memorial game in the 2022/23 season.

Welfare Director, Iain Queen said: “we are delighted with this new partnership and are excited to have Moving Forward Sports as our exclusive kit manufacturer. Many of our Bromsgrove Sporting teams already use Moving Forward Sports as their kit supplier, and as we look to affiliate all our teams over the next 12 months, we wish to see all of our Bromsgrove Sporting teams looking uniform to create a professional image across our club.”

Ready for the start of the 2023/24 season, Moving Forward Sports will launch a full bespoke range of kit, off field clothing, and merchandise, unique to the club, these new products will be available from the club shop on a matchday and also on our club shop website.

We would also like to thank our shirt sponsors, Commercial Waste Services, Elliott Nash and Swallow Drinks for their continuing support.

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