Cascadia have agreed a landmark kit deal with international manufacturers Givova. Prost is proud to announce it support for Team Cascadia by becoming the kit sponsor.
Givova are a big player on the world stage being the manufacturer for two international teams, Venezuela and Malta. Among their club teams are Verona, Fortuna Sittard and Beitar Jerusalem. Overall Givvoa supply kits to clubs in 42 countries.
Cascadia head coach James Nichols said:
“I think it’s another step forward in the future of the Cascadian Soccer team. To have Givova, a world renowned brand, producing the kit, who are involved with some of the biggest clubs in the world is a major coup.
“I’m absolutely sure the players in the squad for May against the Chagos Islands are looking forward to be the first players to wear the new apparel.”
The new crest showcases the topography of Cascadia with trees, mountains and sea all represented. The Cascadian flag’s Doug Tree is foremost on the crest design. The provisional jersey design, created by Josh Duder contains the blue, white and green of the Cascadia flag, with the flag itself and the ConIFA crest on each arm.
“Originally there was a social media ask from the Cascadia twitter handle for anybody interested in helping design some new shirts for the Cascadia team–I put my hand up right away. After submitting my first idea, I asked if they might be interested in a new badge as well. It was a go!
“The new badge was designed to provide an update the original CAFF crest, but not come across as an entirely new idea. A lot of the same elements are present. The whole idea of the kits was to stay within the boundaries of what had come before–emulating the flag of the region and connecting with design elements that are recognizable to those who live here. The long term desire is to add to an iconic design which will be inexorably connected to the organization and set up a sense of design tradition.”