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November 9, 2016

BLK replaces ISC as St Kilda’s apparel sponsor

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AFL club St Kilda has opted to change sports apparel supplier to BLK from the start of the 2017 season for three seasons.

BLK replaces ISC as the Saint’s apparel sponsor.

BLK will supply all on and off-field apparel for players and officials, in addition to official supporter merchandise

The range will include home and clash playing guernseys, polo shirts, t-shirts and shorts.

St Kilda is the sixth AFL club to have BLK branded apparel which includes other clubs such as the Brisbane Lions and Richmond.

St Kilda chief commercial and marketing officer Christine Finnegan said. “We are delighted to have BLK on board as the Saints’ official sporting apparel partner in 2017 and beyond.

“The quality sports apparel BLK produces will play an important role in helping our team to achieve their best performance on the field and training track.”

BLK chief, Tyron Brant, added. “BLK now represents AFL globally and we look forward to supporting St Kilda Football Club’s efforts in the Australian Football League.”

BLK’s elite sporting portfolio includes deals with A-League club Newcastle Jets, the Australian and New Zealand national netball teams, NRL club Gold Coast Titans and Super Rugby franchises Queensland Reds, Melbourne Rebels and Western Force.


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