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Under the motto “Tailored to Seville”, the club presents new kits inspired by monuments in the Seville capital. They are available in the online store from this July 1, going on sale soon in physical stores

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Sevilla FC is making its debut. The relationship with Castore, your new technical sponsorhas borne its first fruits in the form of the skin that the red and white soccer players will wear and defend this upcoming 22/23 campaign. In it, the players from Nervion will dress, for the first time, with details inspired by some of the most emblematic monuments of the city that bears his namesuch as the Real Alcázar, the Metropol Parasol and the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium. The latter is undoubtedly the most iconic football scene in the city of the capital of Andalusia, not in vain has it hosted a European Cup final, a UEFA Europa League final and a World Cup semi-final. The kits are available from this same July 1 only in the online store, going on sale soon in physical stores.

The designs are born as a firm response to the desire of the red and white fans to see themselves differentiated in their kits from the rest of the clubs, a message that Castore has been able to capture so that, appealing to the history and culture of their city, sevillistas wear shirts that represent them more than ever. The club wanted to make this personalization clear with the motto’As Seville’which positions each of the kits as something designed exclusively for the Nervión entity and for your hobby. Kits that, without a doubt, will make the Nervionenses fans feel renewed pride. Castore pursues a strong commitment to the city of Seville, with a clear vision of the future based on innovation, which translates into premium quality in all its garments.

The first kit is inspired by the Real Alcázar, while the second highlights the night lighting of the Sánchez-Pizjuán

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Sevilla FC’s signing with Castore was made public at the end of last May, an agreement that will last several years. In this first campaign that is about to start, the affection with which the Sevilla technical sponsor has treated each of the designs is evident. José Castro, president of Sevilla FC, pointed out upon learning of the pact that “Castore has come to break the status quo in the world of sports firms, just as we have done in Spanish and European football. It represents an important step for our entity, because we are associating ourselves with a company that shares our same values”.

A) Yes, Sevilla FC’s first kit 22/23 shows a plot that draws directly from the Real Alcázar of Sevillewhile the second features horizontal bars in a clear inspiration and nod to the spectacular night lighting of the Sánchez-Pizjuán. For its part, the kits that the red and whites will use for the training sessions are based on the structure of the Metropol Parasol in the Plaza de la Encarnación. It will remain to be seen, finally, the design of the third kit, which has not yet been released.

Notably Castore landed in the world of football at the hands of Scottish Rangers FC in the 20/21 season and you currently see Newcastle United and Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League. In addition to LaLiga Santander, he will also make his debut next season in other top international leagues. Castore is very present in other mass sports such as rugby, Formula 1 -sponsor of the McLaren Racing team-, tennis or cricket.


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