Erreà launches online shop in UK for GB Basketball
17 June 2014 11:00am
By British Basketball
GB Senior Women's team sport new Erreà leisurewear
Mansoor Ahmed Photography
As GB's senior women prepare for their final three games in their EuroBasket Women's Qualifying series, you too can wear the official Erreà GB playing shirt and leisurewear being worn by the GB National teams this summer.
Italian sportswear giants Erreà and their UK based providers Andreas Carter Sports - have recently announced their apparel partnership with British Basketball for the 2014 season that will see them kit out all of GB's National Teams as they compete in their respective European championships.
Andreas Carter Sports has already begun to make their presence felt at GB's home games with a vibrant display of GB replica playing shirts and leisurewear from the innovative and high-quality Italian sportswear range.
Now, in addition, they are launching an online shop for supporters to purchase the new Erreà playing shirts, leisurewear and other GB merchandise. Please click on the link to access the Erreà-Andreas Carter Sports store and be the best dressed GB basketball fan around!
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