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Providing a training kit for your club can help enhance players self-esteem, improve their attitude and boost players morale. It’s a no brainer and can even lead to new players wanting to join your club.
Below we have provided realistic prices for training kit based on current 2022 teamwear ranges that we provide; adidas, Nike, Joma and Stanno. Each training kit below includes 18 sets and we have chosen a low price point, high price point and a Pro-Am recommendation price point for each brand that we offer so let’s take a look:
How much is a Nike Training Kit?
Nike is our most popular brand when it comes to football training kits and if you were to go for Nike, a training kit without a sponsor would cost between £867.06 to £2301.54. If you were wanting a Nike training kit with a sponsor, it would cost between £939.06 to £2391.54 but remember this is for 18 training sets, if you had less players then it would naturally cost less.
For the cheapest Nike training kit, we have priced up 18 x Nike Park 20 Tops and 18 x Nike Park 20 Knit Track Jackets . This training kit also includes 36 x printed club badges and 36 x printed player initials. If you didn’t have a sponsor and players were purchasing kit themselves then it would cost players £48.17 each.
The most expensive Nike training kit without a sponsor would set you back £2301.54 and with a sponsor £2391.54, this training kit includes the Nike Strike 22 ; 18 x Nike Strike 22 Tops, 18 x Nike Strike 22 Drill Tops and 18 x Nike Strike 22 Pants.
Customisation for this training kit includes 54 x embroidered badges and initials which would be put onto the drill tops, training t-shirts and pants. We have also included 18 x printed club names and if you were looking for a price with a sponsor, 18 x printed sponsors. If you didn’t have a sponsor and players were wanting to purchase this training kit, then it would be £127.86 per player.
We would recommend for a Nike Training Kit to have an embroidered club badge, but printed initials as we find printed initials look a lot smarter and crisp than embroidered.
We would also recommend going for the Nike Academy 21 Drill Tops and Nike Academy 21 Knit Pants only but include printed initials and your club badge on both top and bottoms. For 18 x Drill Tops, 18 X Knit Pants, 36 embroidered badges and 36 printed initials it would cost £1167.36 (without a sponsor) which would be £64.85 each for the players or £1239.36 if you were to include a printed sponsor.
How much is an adidas training kit?
Costings for the cheaper adidas training kit could cost £774.00 (without a sponsor) or £846.00 with a sponsor. We have included the lowest priced training range being adidas Entrada 22 Training Top and the adidas Entrada 22 T-shirt. Per player it would cost £43.00, and each player would receive 1 training top and 1 training jacket which would have your printed club badge and printed personalised initials on each top.
If you were wanting a training kit based on the most expensive bundle, then it would cost £2263.20 (without a sponsor) and per player it would be £125.73 each unless you required a sponsor.
If a sponsor were to pay for this then it could cost them up to £2353.20. In this pack we have priced up 18 x adidas Condivo 21 Training Jerseys , 18 x adidas Condivo 21 Training Tops and 18 x adidas Condivo 21 Training Pants . We have included embroidered badges and initials on all items and your printed club name on the back of the jackets. If you were to require a sponsor, we have also priced in 18 x printed sponsors.
Our Pro-Am Recommendation for an adidas training kit would be an adidas tracksuit which consists of the adidas Squadra 21 Training Top and adidas Squadra 21 Training Pants . We also recommend having embroidered badges on both top and bottoms with players printed initials on all items as well. If you were wanting to go for something like this without a sponsor it could cost £1184.30, which would cost £65.79 per player. If you’re lucky enough to have a sponsor, then this set could cost £1256.30 and includes 18 printed sponsors to go on the jackets.
See all the latest adidas training wear available to purchase on our website.
How much is a Joma training kit?
Joma training kits tend to be cheaper than the bigger brands. A training kit without a sponsor could cost you between £679.24 - £1655.31 however with a sponsor it could cost between £751.24 - £1745.31.
The cheapest Joma training kit you see below includes 36 printed club badges and 36 printed player initials which will be printed onto both tops; the Joma Combi T-shirts and the Joma Faraon Sweatshirts – it would be £679.24 without a sponsor and per player this would cost £37.74. If you have a sponsor, you will get 18 x printed sponsors and this would cost £751.24.
If you were to go with an expensive Joma training kit which includes 54 embroidered badges, 54 printed initials and 18 x printed club name on the back of the jackets then it would cost £1655.31 which is £91.96 per player. If you have a sponsor, then it would cost £1745.31. This bundle includes 18 x Joma Advance Long Pants, 18 x Joma Essential II polos and 18 x Joma Crew IV Sweatshirts.
We recommend the Joma Academy III Tracksuits this would cost £880.67 without a sponsor which would mean players pay £48.93 each. This includes embroidered badges and printed initials on both tracksuit bottoms and tops. If you were looking to get a sponsor, then it would cost £952.67 and you would get 18 x printed sponsors to go on the jackets as well.
You can find the full Joma teamwear range via the catalogue from our website. We have recently updated our website and we are working towards having all Joma products on our website very soon!
How much is a Stanno training kit
A Stanno training kit can cost between £659.12 - £1479.81 without a sponsor and if you were looking to get a sponsor then it would be £731.12 - £1569.81. For the cheapest training kit we have priced up 18 x Stanno Field Tops and 18 X Stanno Field 1/4 Zips Jackets. Both items would get a printed club badge and printed player initials and would cost players £36.62 each.
If you did require a sponsor you would get 18 x printed sponsors to go on the back of either the top or jacket.
We priced up 18 x Stanno Pride Hooded Sweat Jackets, 18 x Stanno Centro Fitted Training Pants and 18 x Stanno Pride T-shirts for the most expensive Stanno Training Kit, this is priced at £1479.81, per player this would cost £82.21 without a sponsor. This set includes embroidered badges and printed initials on all items and printed club names on the back of the sweat jackets.
With a sponsor this training kit bundle would cost £1569.81 and would also include 18 x printed sponsors to go onto one of the tops.
Our Pro-Am Recommendation for a Stanno Training Kit would be the Stanno Prestige Polyester Suit with embroidered club badges and printed initials on both top and bottoms of the tracksuit. This would cost £750.17 which would result in £41.68 per player if you ordered 18 kits. With a sponsor this could cost you £822.17 and this would include 18 printed sponsors to go on the back of your jackets.
To see the latest Stanno 2022 teamwear range, download the catalogue .
Personalising Football Training Kits
All prices that you see above include our prices for all print and embroidery. All customisation of teamwear is done in-house by our team here in Malton. You’ll be able to find prices in our personalisation price guide .
Get a Quote for Your TeamWe offer 25% off all teamwear which includes all the brands above; Nike, adidas, Joma and Stanno. We have given exact prices for the training kit bundles above however if you desire different ranges or different customisation to suit your needs as a club then prices will vary.
We will soon be introducing a new quoting system to our website where you’ll be able to build your own quote and find out prices within seconds. This is coming soon so in the meantime, to request your quote for a training kit, please get in touch , we’d be happy to help!
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