Harry Kane donates Leyton Orient shirt sponsorship to good causes

  • Spurs and England striker played for the Os in 2011
  • Three kits each have room donated to three causes

The Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane has bought the shirt sponsorship to Leyton Orient’s 2020-21 kit.

Kane, who enjoyed his first taste of senior football on loan at Orient in 2011, has taken the front-of-shirt sponsorship for the League Two side’s three kits following approval from the Premier League, English Football League and Football Association. Kane has donated the sponsorship to three causes, with the home shirt having a thank you message to “frontline heroes” for their work during the coronavirus pandemic, the away shirt showing Haven House Children’s Hospice’s logo and the third kit donated to mental health charity Mind.

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