Swindon Town and Puma have announced that their nine-year kit supplier partnership will be ended with immediate effect.

Swindon have been wearing Puma kits since the 2015/16 season, following the conclusion of the club's six-year partnership with Adidas, a period which has seen the club win League Two under Richie Wellens in 2019/20 and also make the League Two Playoffs under Ben Garner in 2021/22.

However, it has been announced that the agreement will be ended a year early, with the deal coming to an end at the end of June, and the club will have a different kit supplier for the forthcoming campaign.

Town's Chief Commercial Officer, James Watts, said: “We would like to thank Puma for the last nine years but both parties now agree that is the appropriate time for a change.

"We look forward to working with a new technical kit supplier for the 2024/2025 season and beyond and we will update supporters with this information very soon.”

With the end of the agreement, Swindon are currently running a sale on all Puma-manufactured products in the club shop until the end of the month, with discounts of up to 90 per cent.