Castore are to replace Adidas as Feyenoord’s kit supplier at the end of the season until 2029 at the least.
Feyenoord have had their kits supplied by Adidas since 2014, when they left Puma to collaborate with the German manufacturer.
That collaboration looks set to come to an end now though, with 1908 reporting that a deal has been reached for Castore to take over from next season until 2029.
Castore are a British brand who have burst onto the football scene in recent years, supplying Newcastle, Rangers, Aston Villa and Bayer Leverkusen among others.
Feyenoord will be their first Dutch customer, and the club are reportedly receiving €8m a year as part of the deal between the two parties.
Three kits will be made for them, while a fourth could be produced too if they’re competing in one of UEFA’s three club competitions too.
The brand are also reportedly in talks with Utrecht.