TYKA Sports

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TYKA Sports
IndustrySports wear, accessories
Founded2009; 10 years ago (2009)
HeadquartersJalandhar, Punjab, India
Area served
Key people
Rajan Kohli (MD), Sonal Kohli
ProductsAthletic footwear and apparel, sport equipment and other athletic and recreational products
Number of employees
Over 100

TYKA is a sportswear and sports equipment brand introduced by TK Sports Private Limited in 2009. Primarily being the kit partner for various cricket teams across the world, TYKA is now associated with various football teams.

TYKA entered the market in 2014 when they were announced as the sports manufacture sponsor of Indian Super League side, Chennaiyin FC.[1] TYKA have also made their way into the cricket market, being the official apparel sponsor of Indian Premier League sides Sunrisers Hyderabad. TYKA also sponsors the United Arab Emirates national cricket team.[2]



Afghanistan cricket team

Domestic Clubs[edit]

Caribbean Premier League[edit]

Hong Kong T20 Blitz[edit]

  • Hong Kong Galaxy Gladiators Lantau

Indian Premier League[edit]

Karnataka Premier League[edit]

Tamil Nadu Premier League[edit]

T20 Mumbai League[edit]

  • India ARCH Andheri[5]
  • India North Mumbai Panthers[6]

Celebrity Cricket League[edit]

English Cricket County[edit]

Scottish clubs[edit]

  • Scotland Galloway C. C.[7]

Cricket clubs in America[edit]

Clubs in Australia[edit]

Domestic associations[edit]

Indian corporates and government organizations[edit]

Universities and schools[edit]









  1. ^ "Chennaiyin FC 2014/15 TYKA Home and Away Kits". Football Fashion. 1 November 2014. Retrieved 30 April 2015.
  2. ^ "Emirates Cricket Board announces TYKA as Exclusive Apparel Partner". WAM. 27 January 2015. Retrieved 30 April 2015.
  3. ^ Mysuru Warriors
  4. ^ Namma Shivamogga
  5. ^ ARCH Andheri
  6. ^ North Mumbai Panthers
  7. ^ Galloway C. C.
  8. ^ AGCC
  9. ^ Bay Area Cricket Alliance
  10. ^ Bazooka Cricket
  11. ^ Cardinal Hollywood C. C.
  12. ^ Corinthian C. C.
  13. ^ Crescent C. C.
  14. ^ Intermountain Cricket League (Utah)
  15. ^ Inland Empire C. C.
  16. ^ Jersey Knights Cricket Club (New Jersey)
  17. ^ Lehigh Valley C. C.
  18. ^ Santa Clara C. C.
  19. ^ Utah All Star C. C.
  20. ^ Ashburton Willows C. C.
  21. ^ Ascot Eagle Junior C. C.
  22. ^ Bulls University C. C.
  23. ^ Caulfield C. C.
  24. ^ Donnybrook C. C.
  25. ^ Hills Rangers F. C.
  26. ^ De La Salle F. C.
  27. ^ Kew C. C.
  28. ^ Parkdale C. C.
  29. ^ WGCC
  30. ^ Kasiga School