An initial three-year deal, Kappa, under their United Kingdom and Ireland arm, will provide all playing kit, training and off-field wear for the Tinners’ first team playing squad and staff.

This exciting partnership will also see the club’s development teams kitted out in Kappa, with an extensive range of products carrying the famous ‘Omini’ branding, also available for supporters to buy too.

The club conducted a thorough and considerable process when choosing its new technical and kit supplier, with Kappa’s British and Irish home now being in the Duchy, a key factor in City’s decision to partner with one of the world’s most fabled sports manufacturers.

Kappa’s exclusive distribution in the United Kingdom and the Emerald Isle was acquired by Q Brands in 2023, whose head office is based in Truro, meaning this partnership really is a match made in Cornish heaven.

City spent a single season, 2017-18, resplendent in Kappa attire with this one of the most successful in the club’s 135 years in existence.

The Tinners made history by reaching the first round of the FA Cup for the first time. Despite losing 3-1 to Charlton Athletic at the Valley, Tyler Harvey’s goal for City will live long in the memory of the 1,000 plus Truro fans who made the trip to the capital.

And in the league, Truro reached the National League South play-offs, achieving its second highest ever league finish of seventh in Step Two.

With the move back home to a brand-new facility at the Truro Sports Hub, hopes are high for more success on the pitch, whilst in partnership with Kappa.

“Growing up, Kappa was the coolest brand you could wear,” said Truro City’s executive chairman Eric Perez. “We’re super pumped to have Kappa as our kit partner and we know they will bring the cool to Truro City.”

Truro City’s brand-new playing kits, along with the club’s on and off field range, manufactured by Kappa, will be unveiled in due course.