Manchester City goalkeeper collaborates on new fashion collection
Manchester City goalkeeper Zack Steffen has joined football media platform OneFootball and non-profit organisation VOYCENOW to launch a new unisex fashion collection aimed at promoting equality and social justice.
The new six-piece streetwear collection includes a cargo shirt and trousers, cropped hoodie and two t-shirts, all made from organic black cotton and recycled materials.
The range features a distinctive rose crest to symbolise courage and resistance against injustice. Along with other graphics and slogans including "Equality for All" embossed in a reflective print.
Proceeds from the collection will go to VOYCENOW, a non-profit set up by Steffen and former US teammate Alex Crognale. Established in the wake of the murder of George Floyd in 2020, the charity’s mission is to help improve opportunities for young people from minority backgrounds across sport and education.
Zack Steffen, Manchester City goalkeeper and VOYCENOW Co-founder, said: “As a professional athlete, I understand the power of my platform and the importance of using it to speak up for equality. By creating this collection with OneFootball, my aim is to build a community that stands together, proudly united by our rose badge. I can’t wait to see how people style the pieces and use them to express their own message of positivity.”
Anne von Löbbecke, Head Of Brand Marketing at OneFootball, said: “We share Zack and VOYCENOW’s commitment to equality and inclusion, both within the football ecosystem and beyond. We’re excited to be marking our first major player collaboration by bringing this one-of-a-kind collection to OneFootball’s global network of fans, while giving them the chance to show their support for such an important cause.”
The capsule collection will be available from 24 February online at OneFootball and VOYCENOW.