Cape Town City have unveiled their new home and away kits for the 2021/22 season ahead of the team’s first fixture this weekend.
Click through the images above for Cape Town City’s new home and away kits
City have further officially announced DirectAxis as the club’s new title sponsor.
Club chairman John Comitis said, “We are delighted to announce DirectAxis as our new title sponsor, who we can now wear proudly on the front of our shirt. The relationship has grown tremendously over the last three seasons. To have a brand with the pedigree of DirectAxis, under the FirstRand group, further backing Cape Town City Football Club indicates that our companies are aligned in terms of our ethos and the support we can provide the public through this partnership. We are extremely proud and extremely honoured to have such a massive South African company backing Cape Town City Football Club. A big thank you to DirectAxis and the visionaries that have pioneered this commitment to South African sport.”
DirectAxis CEO, Robert Gwerengwe added, “The decision to upgrade our sponsorship this year was a natural one. In 2019, we chose to support football. And a football club we felt had the ability to not only win trophies, but to win hearts. We were not wrong. The players and staff hail from the same diverse communities around the country that we do. Communities with big dreams. And since we are in the business of enabling dreams, we've spent the past two years with Cape Town City team amplifying the work we do in these communities. From financial education for players and fans with a unique twist to sponsoring school fees for all the semi-finalists of the Dream Club 100 tournament. Even our employees and fans were empowered to give their unique voice to the Citizens with FanTV. Front of shirt was the natural next step. We were fully engaged as a sleeve sponsor and we look forward to building onto this as the main sponsor of this special team.”
As confirmed by the Premier Soccer League, the new season will get underway with the MTN8 quarterfinal fixtures this weekend, on 14 and 15 August 2021.
City will visit AmaZulu at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Sunday evening.
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