Vandanel Sports

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Vandanel
Type Private
Industry Sportswear
Founded 1984
Headquarters Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England
Products Sportswear
Website http://www.vandanel.co.uk

Vandanel Sports Limited are a British-based sports clothing company.

Vandanel was a family business that was formed in 1984, with Graham Burke who headed the company with his son Neil. In 2010 the company was sold and relocated to Milton Keynes. Relocation to Milton Keynes made them an ideal choice to produce the 2012 kit for The MK Dons.

The company started out life in a factory in London producing own in-house products, as costs began to spiral it was decided to import from Turkey, the Middle East and Far East which followed the way the sports industry has progressed over the past 20 years.

Vandanel first supplied leisurewear to British football teams such as Arsenal, Spurs, West Ham which then expanded with contracts that included Lords Cricket, Wimbledon Tennis and Regatta with their own clothing label.

At the same time they started to supply teams of the English football league, the first few being Fulham, Crewe & Wycombe. They slowly developed each year gaining more contracts to where they are today. They have built a steady portfolio of professional and semi professional clubs in the English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish leagues. Today they manufacture the team wear and leisure wear for more teams in the English football league system than any other manufacturer.[1] The 2009–10 Premiership Season was their first with a high-tier club as they have signed a deal with Wigan Athletic.

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East of Scotland First Division[edit]

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