Middlesex Cricket is delighted to announce a partnership with Charles Tyrwhitt as the Club’s Official Clothing Partner.
Charles Tyrwhitt, who are in partnership with the likes of England Rugby, Fulham FC and The Princes Trust, produces the finest menswear, with timeless style and a pinch of British charm, with no compromise on quality and exemplary customer service.
They will help expand the Middlesex Men’s squad’s wardrobe options, providing both formal suits and a collection of casual wear, with the First Team squad and support staff wearing Charles Tyrwhitt formalwear on all County Championship match days and at all formal club functions. Charles Tyrwhitt will also have a presence throughout the Club’s Vitality Blast season, with the team wearing casual wear for all Lord’s T20 matches.
Charles Tyrwhitt will benefit from a brand presence at Lord’s Cricket Ground and Middlesex’s Out-Grounds throughout the summer, and Members will gain access to exclusive discounts through the Charles Tyrwhitt website and Middlesex Member’s Hub.
Tim Murtagh, Middlesex Club Captain, commented:
“We are delighted to have Charles Tyrwhitt on board as the Club’s Official Clothing Partner and are thrilled to be wearing their formal wear and casual wear this year.
“To have such a prestigious fashion brand supporting us on our journey this year is fantastic, and we are really grateful for everything Charles Tyrwhitt is doing to help us this season.
“The suits and casualwear are top quality and looks amazing. The lads looked brilliant in it when we all got dressed up at the Club’s Media Day this week and we can’t wait to turn up at Lord’s in the suits for every game.”
Jason Gray, Marketing Director of Charles Tyrwhitt said:
"Charles Tyrwhitt is very excited to be partnering with Middlesex Cricket as the Club’s Official Clothing Partner ahead of the 2022-23 season.
With a rich history and a shared philosophy of doing things properly, we can’t wait to see how stylish the team will look in both our casual and formalwear on game days.
"We would like to wish Middlesex Cricket the best of luck for the season ahead”