3rd October, 2019

Group partners with NRL on new range for fans

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This month, Cotton On Group have introduced a new partnership to the mix, with the NRL expanding our list of Aussie football codes to two.

Based in Geelong, Australia, the Group’s Community Projects team have produced an impressive range of supporter gear for fans of all ages. Launching officially to the public on Monday, 30 September, just prior to the 2019 NRL Grand Final.

Kylie Rees, Cotton On Community Brand Manager said,

“As the new life-style partner, we’re taking fashion to the game, in the only way we know how; through on-trend, fun styles at value price points.”

With women, men and even kids in mind, product options are suitable for all proud NRL fans that are seeking a youthful, cool and remixed denim approach to team wear.

The apparel is designed with nods to six clubs; Storm, Rabbitohs, Eels, Broncos, Cowboys and Bulldogs, with product options spanning from tanks, tees and crew jumpers, to shorts, skirts, tights and even Typo slides and mugs.

This partnership allows the Group to contribute positively to Australian Sport, and communities across the country.

The NRL’s Chief Commercial Officer, Andrew Abdo said,

“We are excited that Australia’s largest global retailer, Cotton On has come on board to bring a new range of fashionable and affordable NRL support gear for our fans.”

The official club fan gear will be available exclusively from the Australian Cotton On & Co. e-Commerce site with prices ranging from AUD $14.99 to $49.99

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