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Series A | Alive

Total Raised

$5.82M

Last Raised

$4.27M | 3 yrs ago

About Castore Sportswear

Supplier of premium men's sportswear. The company produces sportswear targeted for men based on athletic detail and quality. It's goal is to focus on advanced breakthroughs in sportswear by expanding its market in Asia.

Castore Sportswear Headquarter Location

31 Mayfield Road

CH63 3DT,

United Kingdom

Latest Castore Sportswear News

The Newcastle gamble Castore are hoping will pay off

Jul 11, 2021

The Newcastle United gamble Castore are hoping will pay off if takeover goes through Football finance expert Kieran Maguire believes Castore could be set to reap the rewards of being associated with a 'new regime' in the event of a Newcastle United takeover 20:42, 11 JUL 2021 Phil and Tom Beahon from Castore Sportswear (Image: Colin Lane/Liverpool Echo) Get the latest NUFC updates, transfer and takeover news straight to your inbox for FREE by signing up to our newsletter Invalid EmailSomething went wrong, please try again later. Subscribe We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice A Newcastle United takeover would see disgruntled fans end their 'boycott' of club merchandise and result in a rise in sales. That's the view of football finance expert Kieran Maguire, who believes new kit suppliers Castore would profit handsomely from a regime change. The long-awaited confirmation of Newcastle's multi-year deal with the British sportswear group was confirmed on July 2, with the bespoke home kit unveiled on Saturday. Castore have also taken over the club's retail operations, and have been charged with a revamp of the club shop. Mike Ashley remains committed to the sale of the club to the Saudi-led consortium fronted by Amanda Staveley , and is locked in a legal battle on two separate fronts with the Premier League. Read More Maguire previously told ChronicleLive that Castore would be taking a calculated 'gamble' on the long-awaited departure of Ashley providing 'multi-year growth'. The University of Liverpool lecturer believes the challenger brand will reap the rewards of being associated with a 'new regime'. Maguire told Football Insider : “That [£5m figure] is probably in the right ballpark compared to the teams around them in the Premier League. “They sell a lot of units. The PiF deal goes through, they’ll sell a lot more units because some fans are effectively taking a boycott approach to Mike Ashley’s Newcastle United. “So a successful conclusion to the takeover of the club could result in additional sales because people will potentially want as much merchandise as possible. “People will want something that they see as connected to a new regime that is taking the club forward.” Read More

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