The decision to move on to Puma comes following the three year partnership with New Balance, who became the kit supplier in the 2019/20 season.
“Following an extensive tendering process we are delighted to be teaming up, once again, with Puma from the start of the 2022/23 season,” said Chief Executive Danny Macklin.
“This will see all squads including the first team, academy and women’s team in the iconic Puma branded range.”
“We look forward to launching the new replica kit and training and leisure wear range next summer.”
“I would like to place on record our gratitude to New Balance for their supply and partnership over recent seasons.”
Puma has iconic connotations with Leyton Orient’s history, having partnered with brand from 2008/09 through to 2011/12.
Not only was this the kit during out famous cup draw with Arsenal in East London, but it also marked the first kit work by then loanee Harry Kane, who of course came back to sponsor the club last year.
“We are proud of the association with everyone at this historic Club.”
Ruth How, Head of Marketing at PUMA UKI, says, “We’re delighted to be able to kick off our partnership with Leyton Orient Football Club,” said Ruth How, Head of Marketing at PUMA UKI.
“As the Club’s supplier of PUMA technical kit and training wear, and we are proud of the association with everyone at this historic Club.”
“Everyone at PUMA Teamwear and the wider PUMA family looks forward to a fantastic working relationship with everyone at Leyton Orient Football Club.”
More information on the kit launches for the 2022/23 season will come in due course, including how supporters can pre-order shirts.