Indivisa, the women’s football media brand from Footballco has announced it is sponsoring London-based women’s amateur club Victoria Park Vixens.
The partnership will see the Vixens working with Indivisa on collaborative content through the 22/23 season, in line with the brand’s mission to provide a football community for female fans.
Indivisa will take the place of last season’s shirt sponsor, beauty brand, Carbon Theory while GOALSTUDIO and Icarus will replace Nike as the suppliers of the Vixens’ kits.
The new sponsorship accompanies the launch of new home and away kits for the Vixens, with the home shirt being designed and produced by GOALSTUDIO, the lifestyle fashion brand influenced by Footballco’s GOAL, and the away kit from US brand Icarus.
Head of Indivisa, Morgan Brennan said: “We partnered with the Victoria Park vixens as while Indivisa covers the elite level of women’s football and grassroots, we recognise the important role that grassroots football and teams like the Victoria Park Vixens play in bringing women, old and young, into football
“With the Vixens, this goes beyond matchdays and extends into social events and creating inclusive environments which are crucial to helping women’s football thrive.
We’re looking forward to supporting and working alongside them and being able to use Indivisa as a platform for teams including and like the Vixens.”
Cara Curtis, who plays as a striker for Victoria Park Vixens said: “Having a brand like Indivisa and a publisher like Footballco support us is a huge show of faith, both in the Vixens and in the grassroots women’s game.
“We’re excited to see where this partnership can go and to use it as a means to champion inclusivity in football.”
The new kits will soon be accompanied by a capsule collection of Vixens products carrying the Indivisa brand, including tote bags, water bottles and caps with all items available to purchase online through the Vixens online store.
Further collaborations with Indivisa are planned for the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 which kicks off in England on July 6th.
Prior to partnering with Indivisa, the Victoria Park Vixens have appeared in the official England football team video for the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship, Google’s TV commercial for the same tournament and its official music video featuring Bono and Martin Garrix.
Photography of the new kits was shot by Serena Brown.