YORK City have signed a three-year deal with Puma as the club's new kit provider.

Puma will replace previous kit provider Under Armour, with the deal set to begin from June 1.

The home, away and alternate shirts for the 2021/22 season will be revealed "closer to pre-season and will go on sale via the online store and at the LNER Community Stadium"," said York City in a club statement.

Once again, JMPackaging - who are owned by York chairman Jason McGill - will be the main front of shirt sponsor.

Fellow sponsors York Gin, DWA Architects and Go Store Self Storage will also feature on the kit.

City sporting director Dave Penney said: “We are delighted to secure sportswear giants Puma as our official kit provider for the next few years.

“The new kit designs have been finalised and we anticipate delivery before the start of pre-season for our full launch.”

Martin Ivison, from Puma UK, added: “Everyone at Puma is really excited and looking forward to starting our new partnership with York City FC, and it will be great to see the team run out on the pitch in Puma next season.

“York City is a Club which is clearly ambitious, and we’d like to think we are the lucky charm as proven with other clubs who have been on the same journey to the EFL. We look forward to a long a successful partnership.”