Hearts of Oak Launch New Jerseys for 2021/2022 Season

Ghana Premier League Champions, Hearts of Oak in collaboration with Umbro have launched new sets of jerseys meant to be worn for the upcoming season in Ghana and in Africa.

The league champions and the sports kit giant came into agreement for a three year sponsorship deal that started in November 2018.


The sportswear firm after the agreement became the official kit supplier for Hearts of Oak providing them with training kits, on-pitch wear and foot-wears.

The kits manufacturers has supplied the club’s technical and management teams with Hearts of Oak branded apparel.

New Contract Agreement

The management of the reigning league champions and Umbro have announced a contract renewal for the next two years.


In a statement by the CEO, he said; “We are pleased to announce that our partnership with Accra Hearts of Oak has been extended for a further two seasons” David Ricketts, CEO at Umbro South Africa.

Hearts of Oak will be representing Ghana in the CAF Champions League next season after winning the Ghana Premier League.

The Phobians also won the Ghana FA Cup after defeating AshantiGold SC in the final at the Accra Sports Stadium and automatically becoming the winner of the Ghana Super League as stipulated in the Ghana FA regulations.

Hearts in recognition of their one-hundred and ten (110) years anniversary, also launched their new logo for the upcoming season’s campaign.

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