The Premier League club, Everton have got onboard the UK-based men’s formal wear brand, Marc Darcy.
The association is a multi-year agreement and Marc Darcy has been named as the club’s official formalwear partner. In addition, Marc Darcy will be featured at Goodison Park and throughout the team’s digital channels and several other assets.
The fans of the English top flight team will get an opportunity to participate in competitions, and receive discounts and offers.
Marc Darcy was established in 1989 and provides a diverse range of three-piece suits, blazers, shirts and footwear.
Speaking on the association with the brand, Richard Kenyon, Everton’s Chief Commercial and Communications Officer, said, “We are delighted to welcome Marc Darcy on board as our official formalwear partner.
“The company has a reputation for being at the forefront of formalwear style, as well as having a passion for sports, and we look forward to working with them to develop their brand even further.
“I would like to thank our friends at Marc Darcy for choosing to partner with Everton and my colleagues at the Club for working hard over the summer to secure this exciting partnership.”
Karen Johal, Creative & Marketing Director at Marc Darcy, said, “We are thrilled to be announced as the formalwear partner of Everton.
“Everton has a very pronounced history and heritage and we welcome the opportunity to establish a great working relationship with the Club and its fans for years to come.
“Marc Darcy has gained an impressive celebrity following through prominence in the football, rugby and the entertainment world and we are excited to be enhancing this further with the announcement of this partnership.
“Our meticulously crafted range offers something for everyone and we hope to showcase this to the vast, loyal and global fanbase of this incredible football club.”
Everton have been on a roll on the commercial pitch. Ahead of the commencement of the ongoing season of the Premier League, Everton signed sponsorship deals with Stake.com, Fancurve, Davanti Tyres, and BOXT.
Everton will be next seen in action tomorrow i.e. Saturday, August 27, when they take on Brentford.