Mamelodi Sundowns Partners With Ackermans SA To Sell A Kit Range For Boys

Mamelodi Sundowns Partners With Ackermans SA To Sell A Kit Range For Boys. South African football club Mamelodi Sundowns announced that they had partnered with Ackermans SA to sell their kit range for boys. The range will consist of t-shirts and shorts.

The post read, “Shop our affordable range of tees and shorts for young boys at @ackermans_za today! Take a closer look at what went down with the Onyango family at our photoshoot! @onyango36 @crumbs_and_cream   Click the link in our bio to see the list of select Ackermans stores where you can buy your merch!” This partnership will see Mamelodi Sundowns’ boys kit merchandise being sold at selected Ackermans stores nationwide. This will make it easier for parents who need to buy the merchandise for their children as Ackermans sells mostly kids clothing. Mamelodi Sundowns and Ackermans are releasing an exciting range of tees and shorts for younger boys aged 2 – 16.

“For Mamelodi Sundowns, the youth are an important part of the Club Vision and together with Ackermans we are releasing the first ever range of official licensed products consisting of 8 products with the aim of expanding the offering.” said Mamelodi Sundowns in a statement on its website. Mamelodi Sundowns Football Club is a South African professional football club based in Mamelodi, Pretoria in the Gauteng province that plays in the Premier Soccer League, the first tier of South African football league system. Founded in the 1970s, the team plays its home games in the Loftus Versfeld Stadium and Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium.

Known for its innovative kit designs the club seeks to offer its young supporters a chance to be fashionable in its merchandise. This may lead the club to actually pursue making an official clothing brand that will cater to its fans. The team automatically gains a lot of marketing for its merchandise by default as it is one of the biggest football teams in the African continent.

By Thomas Chiothamisi

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