It’s just been announced that Scottish side Hearts will wear the ‘Save The Children’ logo on the front of their football shirts in a three year deal starting with the new Puma 2015/16 kits.
national charity on their playing kits starting from the 2015/16 season.
The new partnership will be funded through philanthropy in a seven figure sum over three years that supports both the club and Save the Children.
Neil Mathers who is Save the Children’s Head of Scotland said, “To have Save the Children’s name on Heart of Midlothian FC football shirts is an absolute honour – and a perfect match for our charity. It’s a fantastic opportunity for Save the Children and will allow us to reach many more children across Edinburgh, helping them to get the best start in life and achieve their potential.”
Hearts announced in March that Puma would replace Adidas as the clubs kit manufacturer.