The Eastern Regional Football Association (ERFA) have announced UK-based kits manufacturing company iGimel as the official supplier of the association’s paraphernalia starting this month of July 2020 in a deal worth $35,000 (GHC201,962).
The deal will see iGimel kit all on-field and off-field players and coaches, including clubs accessories and equipment. Through in-house production, shipping processes and clearing, iGimel Sports Wear will also provide kits for the clubs at equal quality, discounted and an affordable cost along with club’s customized colours and logos of choice.
iGimel released a statement following the signing of the deal saying: “The decision to enter the Ghanaian market is based on a working expedition in March this year with the Eastern RFA in Ghana. The desire was humped and the objective was carried in the powerful womb of determination to help local clubs across the country.”
Eastern RFA’s Chairman, Linford Boadu Asamoah, expressed his gratitude to the clubs for their faith in him as their leader and supporting this sponsorship with iGimel Sports Wear, stating that;
“iGimel Sports Wear understands our vision of developing, promoting and administering football through clubs by creating a player pathway from recreational, competitive, elite to a professional level on the football ladder.”
“Also, iGimel Sports Wear will provide great international opportunities to enhance our brand on the global stage. We look forward to a great partnership with iGimel as we move into this new era.” He concluded
The ERFA has 75 affiliated Division Two clubs, with more than 100 Division Three clubs, 150 Juvenile clubs and 12 women football clubs across the region and provides a comprehensive club development curriculum that benefits more than 19,500 players.
by Leroy Hawkson|TalksAfrica.com