BRADFORD Bulls have announced a well renowned rugby league brand as their new kit supplier for the next two years.

Steeden, who produce kits for the likes of Featherstone Rovers and the Australia National Team, will replace Kappa on the front of Bradford's home and away strips until 2022.

Late November is the time we are set to see what John Kear's men will be wearing on the pitch in the new year.

The Australian-based company will also be releasing a training wear and leisurewear range for the 2021 campaign which is expected to go on sale over the next fortnight.

Bulls' acting chief executive Mark Sawyer said: “We are delighted to be working with Steeden over the next two years to produce our on-field and off-field range.

“Steeden are a well recognised, global brand and we are excited at the prospect of working with them to create excellent ranges for all our loyal supporters.

“Having seen the kit designs for the 2021 season, I am excited for them to go on sale, which we expect to be the case towards the end of November - I would like to thank the supporters who contributed towards the final decision.”

Director at Steeden Sports Daniel Drew added: “We are delighted to form a partnership with the Bulls - an iconic club that is recognised around the world.

“We are looking forward to working with the team in creating a playing kit and training range that is bespoke giving the club a true identity.”