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Footasylum was established in 2005 and now trades from over 40 high street stores across the UK. Footasylum has made a name for itself as one of the leading retailers of fashion street wear and sportswear. At Footasylum we have our finger on the pulse of the street and sports fashion scene and are always on the lookout for new and up and coming brands. If there is something worth talking about in the sports and street wear scene, we will be the first to shout about it. Our extensive brand portfolio includes leading sportswear giants Nike and Adidas as well as fresh new brands like Sik Silk and Good for nothing and is being constantly updated to keep you up to date with the latest lines season to season. At Footasylum we understand that sports and street wear is not merely clothing it is a way of life.
HQRochdale, GB
Employee Ratings3.2

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Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)976(+2%)
Revenue (FY, 2019)£227.3 M(+17%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Footasylum Office Locations

Footasylum has offices in Rochdale and Middleton
Rochdale, GB (HQ)
Sandbrook Park
Middleton, GB
Stakehill Industrial Estate, 62 Touchet Hall Rd
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Footasylum Financials and Metrics

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Footasylum's revenue was reported to be £227.35 m in FY, 2019

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Footasylum News and Updates

JD Sports may have to sell Footasylum if it doesn't address competition concerns: watchdog

UK sportswear retailer JD Sports may have to sell Footasylum if it does not address competition concerns about last year's acquisition of its smaller rival, Britain's competition watchdog said on Tuesday after an in-depth review of the takeover.

CMA: Shoppers will lose out in JD Sports' Footasylum merger

Shoppers could be worse off online and in store if JD Sports’ acquisition of Footasylum goes ahead, the UK’s competition [...] The post Shoppers to lose out in JD Sports' Footasylum merger, says watchdog appeared first on CityAM.

Competition watchdog steps up probe into JD Sports' Footasylum takeover

Britain’s competition watchdog has decided to plough ahead with an investigation into JD Sports’ £90m takeover of Footasylum. The Competition [...] The post Competition watchdog ploughs ahead with investigation into JD Sports' Footasylum takeover appeared first on CityAM.

JD Sports' £90m Footasylum deal 'could lessen competition'

The UK’s competition watchdog has warned that JD Sports’ £90m move for rival Footasylum may hurt competition on the high [...] The post Watchdog warns JD Sports' £90m Footasylum merger could hurt competition appeared first on CityAM.

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Klarna rival Laybuy partners with Footasylum in UK launch

Klarna rival Laybuy, which offers a “buy now, pay later” service, has launched in the UK today in a partnership with shoe shop Footasylum. Online Footasylum customers will be given the option to pay using Laybuy from today, and it will be rolled out in the brand’s 70 high street stores later this…
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Footasylum Blogs

C.O.A.T: Men's Jackets

Introducing, the Coldest Of All Time collection of men's jackets and coats to land at Footasylum. From insulated outdoor jackets to premium cuts made for the streets, our collection of men's coats and jackets for Winter 2020 are the best of the best. Featuring water resistant tech, luxury goose …

National Sneaker Day

To commemorate National Sneaker Day, we caught up with the creative minds behind some of the newest sneakers hitting the market. Ilija Nikolic, Yurri Mial and Mattias Borg take us through the ins and outs of sneaker design and how they have developed their craft through their design journey. Though…

Footasylum Exclusive: PUMA RS-X

Introducing two fresh colourways for the PUMA RS-X exclusive to Footasylum. Looking for a unique trainer that will make a statement on the streets? The chunky and exaggerated PUMA RS-X appreciates its past while also propelling itself into the future. Designed using PUMA's iconic RS Technology fro…

Kick Back With Tommy Hilfiger Loungewear

With summer officially over (blink and you missed it) and the dark nights getting closer there's no better feeling than chilling in a fresh tracksuit and binge-watching Netflix. With our going out wardrobe getting smaller and smaller now is the perfect time to add to your staying in collection and …

Student Event: Top Picks

So we can all admit that Freshers' week has been a little different this year, from online lectures to socialising through a screen we know students have had it tough. So we're bringing you a little pick me up with this week's online-only student event. We're giving students 20% off full-price and…

Launch: adidas ZX 2K Boost

Every year the ZX franchise is celebrated as one of adidas Originals’ most technical endeavours. Starting life as a running sneaker, comfort and practicality in the ZX has always been at the forefront of its design. But this year, the ZX range becomes adidas’ experimental playground, seeing them pu…
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Footasylum Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Footasylum founded?

    Footasylum was founded in 2005.

  • How many employees does Footasylum have?

    Footasylum has 976 employees.

  • What is Footasylum revenue?

    Latest Footasylum annual revenue is £227.3 m.

  • What is Footasylum revenue per employee?

    Latest Footasylum revenue per employee is £232.9 k.

  • Who are Footasylum competitors?

    Competitors of Footasylum include Ross Stores, Abercrombie & Fitch and The Buckle.

  • Where is Footasylum headquarters?

    Footasylum headquarters is located at Sandbrook Park, Rochdale.

  • Where are Footasylum offices?

    Footasylum has offices in Rochdale and Middleton.

  • How many offices does Footasylum have?

    Footasylum has 2 offices.