AFL Europe and Ireland’s largest sportswear manufacturer, O’Neills have partnered up to bring our Australian Footballing Community top quality, authentic Australian Football merchandise at competitive prices.
This exciting new partnership will allow the AFL Europe community to fully customise their team playing kit and enjoy short fulfillment and delivery times direct from the factory in Ireland. Teams can design and order merchandise ranging from custom playing kit and leisurewear to scoreboards and Sherrins, from the new AFL Europe section of the O’Neills website www.oneills.com launching on the 9th March 2016.
AFL Europe CEO, Megan Hession is thrilled with this new venture, “It’s a privilege to be able to partner with a local company which has a rich heritage in sportswear and athletic competition. We are excited to offer our community a superior, fully customisable set of products. We look forward to working with Kieran Kennedy and the team at O’Neills.”
Founded in 1918 as a manufacturer for Gaelic Footballs, O’Neills is 100% Irish owned and proud of it’s Irish heritage. Being a major supplier for the GAA, the O’Neills name is well known within Gaelic Football and is synonymous with quality.
O’Neills Managing Director, Kieran Kennedy is delighted to work with Megan Hession and partner AFL Europe, “one of our key strategic business objectives is to supply AFL merchandise directly from our newly opened sales office in Adelaide. This exciting new partnership builds on this strategic vision”.
O’Neills combine cutting edge sportswear design with unbeatable delivery times. The O’Neills brand has built a reputation on delivering quality products and it strives to produce the best playing kit and teamwear using the latest technologies to enhance player performance. O’Neills is one of the last indigenous Irish companies to produce their own fabric, in a state of the art production facility in Northern Ireland with dyeing carried out in Dublin.
O’Neills supply custom designed and personalised playing gear, training gear and leisurewear for a range of sports including Gaelic games, rugby, soccer, hockey, basketball, cricket, athletics, netball and now Australian Rules.