Chattanooga FC Continues Partnership With hummel

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
A historic first season, in world class gear. Chattanooga Football Club impressed supporters around the world with their flowing play, jaw dropping goals, and beautiful kits. The iconic chevrons of Danish kit maker hummel will again return to Finley Stadium as both parties are pleased to announce that Chattanooga FC will again partner with hummel through the 2022-2023 season. 


“hummel is really a class act. From our first conversation to present day, we knew that they would be a great fit with Chattanooga FC” said Jeremy Alumbaugh, Managing Director of Chattanooga FC.
“We are thrilled to partner with them again this year, and look forward to showing our supporters some new, fresh gear for our upcoming season.” 


“Chattanooga FC has proven to be a fantastic partner for hummel through their professional organization, enthusiastic fan base and robust community outreach” said Jeff Duback, President, hummel USA. “We are excited for the extended partnership and vow to continue to focus on building the sport and the community in and around Chattanooga.”


In a first for Chattanooga FC, the club is now offering several “hummel on demand” pieces. These specialty items will be customizable and available by request. Check out the pieces now at ChattanoogaFC.com. Additionally CFC has a number of new and exciting items on sale, and fans can look forward to new more pieces being added as we get closer to the season. 


"Chattanooga FC has been lucky to work with some great brands in the past, but working with hummel has definitely taken Chattanooga FC to a new level of professionalism” said David Smotherman, Director of Merchandise. “The depth and quality of the hummel line is unparalleled and the team at hummel USA  have been a great partner to work with over the last year and we look forward to many more years of shared success."


Can’t wait for the season to start? Us too! Grab your annual pass today and get a head start on the season. Annual Passes are on sale now at CFCTIX.com

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