Boro Launch New Merchandise

Scarborough Athletic Football Club in partnership with Edge Clothing, are delighted to release details of some new merchandise.

L to R; Club Secretary Jack Fewster, Edge Clothing's Marc McNeill and Chairman Trevor Bull show
off some of the new merchandise.

Edge Clothing, a Scarborough company managed by Marc McNeill and his dad, Chris, have agreed to partner with the club and increase the range of merchandise available at both the Boro Hub on Market Way and at the Club Shop on Match Days. The new stock will see a number of embroidered items for supporters and collectors on a buy-to-order basis.

The partnership is one that works well for both the club and Edge Clothing. Commercial Director Jamie Daniel said “We are delighted to be able to support local businesses that want to work with the club. Marc and Chris are both very professional and are big supporters of our club. The new range of embroidered merchandise is excellent and we hope our supporters are excited by the new quality products, especially in the run up to Christmas. The support of Marc and Chris from Edge Clothing has enabled us to increase our portfolio at no risk to the club by agreeing items on a buy-to-order basis, we are grateful to both Marc and Chris for this. The new items can be trialled and tested at the Boro Hub now”.

Marc McNeill, of Edge Clothing; “We are chuffed to be working with Scarborough Athletic FC on a new venture and widen our brand whilst also providing some new highly sought clothing and merchandise. We look forward to supporting our hometown football club”.

Purchased items can be collected from the Boro Hub during opening hours on Market Way (Opposite Scarborough Market Hall) with orders taking a maximum of ten working days. The Boro HUB opening hours can be found HERE.

To see the full range of new items please CLICK HERE.

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