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Crown squads get new playing gear from FBT

Crown squads get new playing gear from FBT

Phnom Penh Crown capped off an active off-season week by confirming a one-year agreement with Thai sports apparel firm FBT that will see their senior and junior academy squads decked out in playing and practice kits as well as receive other gear such as tracksuits, rainwear, bags, balls and bibs.

Crown president Rithy Samnang travelled to Bangkok to seal the deal with FBT international marketing director Thamchai Chokephaibulkit.

“This partnership with FBT is very important to our club. Their products are of excellent quality and we are extremely pleased to have kicked off this relationship with one of Southeast Asia’s most successful companies,” Samnang was quoted as saying on the club’s Facebook page.

Crown will join Metfone C-League rivals NagaCorp and Boeung Ket Rubber Field in sporting the FBT-branded kit on the field from December’s start to the Hun Sen Cup competition.

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