Roomten are proud to be named as Southampton Football Club’s Official Suit Supplier and Tailor 2017 and 2018. roomten’s made to measure suits will be worn by the first-team squad, management and board members to selected official Club appearances, including all home matches in the Premier League and the EFL Cup Final at Wembley.
Comprised of a roomten’s signature two-button tailored single-breasted notch lapel suit, a blue cotton twill shirt, and roomten’s bespoke dark brown brogue shoes. The outfits are finally complimented with Southampton’s new red club ties.The fit is tailored to each player and staff member, but all suits are made to sit close on the shoulder with slender silhouette through the chest and waist down to the hem. The fabric is from the famous Holland & Sherry and is made in a British Super 140’s wool with a slight sheen for a luxury finish.
All the suits are half canvassed with real horn buttons Including “Southampton FC” etched on to the button. The historic Southampton crest has been carefully embroidered on to the suit in a navy to subtly blend with the suit fabric.
David Groves from roomten says “Southampton are a unique club and like to do things in their own way, so when choosing a suit supplier, they didn’t want just a standard suit of the peg, instead they wanted to be included in the suit design every step of the way, including choice of fabrics and even choosing the leather for the shoes. Here at roomten pretty much everything we do is made for our customers from suits, coats, jackets, shirts down to shoes! So, we were the ideal fit for Southampton F.C, and being based in Farnham in Surrey we are only 45 to 60 minutes away.”
Fraser Forster, the Saints keeper has been a regular visitor to the famous Wembley ground with England, but will now be heading there with his club side for Sunday’s EFL Cup final.
“Wembley is one of the most iconic stadiums in the UK and in the world. It’s a fantastic achievement to get there. I’ve been fortunate to play there with England, and it is such a unique place to go and play football, but for me it will be a different feeling going with my club side, and obviously with our fans’ backing, said Fraser”.
Sunday is a huge occasion for the club, and Fraser and his team mates are looking forward to arriving at Wembley in their new club suits, thanks to roomten