AoC Sport is delighted to announce we have partnered with Cross the Line Sports as the official kit supplier for the 2017 AoC Sport National Championships.
Cross the Line will be providing all the official kit for athletes, in a range of colours to represent each of the nine regions and Scotland competing at April’s Championships in Nottingham.
The kit, this year manufactured by errea, will be available to purchase via the dedicated online shop, with performance t-shirts and tracksuits among the items athletes can choose from, as well as bespoke apparel for both male and female competitors. The deadline for purchasing kit is 7 February.
James Milner, National Sales Manager at Cross the Line Sports, said: "We are delighted to have been chosen as the Official Clothing suppliers for the AoC Sport National Championships 2017, working with our partners errea Sport.
“All of us at Cross the Line Sports Ltd understand the prestige of this event and to play a part in this is very exciting for all of us.
“We are sure that the students are going to be impressed with the look and quality of the errea kit on offer and we are looking forward to getting started.”
This year, competitors will be offered high-quality track tops in regional colours, instead of the hoodies worn at previous Championships. The track tops reflect the high sporting standards at the National Championships.
AoC Sport Managing Director, Marcus Kingwell, said: “We are very excited to have teamed up with Cross the Line Sports for the 2017 National Championships.
“The event is being held at a top-class, exciting new venue in Nottingham and to have a range of performance kit reflects the status of the Championships.
“We are sure the athletes will benefit from the errea kit on offer and it will be clear they are taking part at the top level of college sport.”
Errea already supplies kit for the likes of Norwich City FC and top football teams in Italy, France and Spain, as well as international football teams including Iceland, and the introduction of errea kit to the National Championships is set to reflect the prestigious nature of the event.