PUMA and the Cameroon Football Association (FECAFOOT) have announced a long-term extension to their partnership initiated back in 1997. PUMA and the Cameroon Football Association (FECAFOOT) have announced a long-term extension to their partnership initiated back in 1997.

PUMA will continue to be the Official Supplier of The Indomitable Lions and to all its associated teams including the Men’s ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘U21’, ‘U19’, ‘Youth’ and ‘Futsal’ National Teams, as well as Women’s ‘A’, ‘U21’ and ‘Youth’ National Teams beyond the 2010 World Cup™ in South Africa.

"The announcement of the long-term partnership with the Cameroon Football Association underlines PUMA’s commitment to support African football.

 PUMA and Club Brugge share a long history together. From 1976 through 1995, PUMA was the official supplier to the top Belgian club. During this period, Club Brugge won no less than seven League Championships, four domestic Cup trophies and reached the final of the European Cup against Liverpool FC in 1978.

Leusden, The Netherlands, January  2007 – PUMA and Club Brugge K.V. mutually announced a long-term partnership coming into effect on July 1, 2007.

As of the 2007/2008 season, Club Brugge will become the face of the sportlifestyle brand in Belgium.

The Club joins a strong portfolio of teams currently endorsed by PUMA including Tottenham Hotspur, VfB Stuttgart, AS Monaco, Girondins de Bordeaux, Sporting Club de Portugal, reigning World Champions Italy, Czech Republic, African Champions Egypt as well as African powerhouses Cameroon and Ivory Coast.

Rabat, Morocco, February , 2007PUMA® and the Moroccan Royal Football Federation – Fédération Royale Marocaine de Football (FRMF) – announced a long-term partnership that will make PUMA the official supplier to the Moroccan national team, Lions de l’Atlas (Atlas Lions).

Under the agreement, PUMA will become the official supplier of all on-field, sideline, training and representation apparel and equipment to the Men’s ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘U21’ and U19 National Teams, as well as the Women’s ‘A’ National Team beyond the 2010 World CupTM.

The agreement further solidifies PUMA’s strong brand identity with the excitement and passion of African football. Adding another traditional African power to the long list of PUMA-sponsored national teams including Ivory Coast, Ghana, Cameroon, Egypt, Tunisia, Togo, Angola and Senegal, puts PUMA squarely at the forefront of African football for the 2008 African Cup of Nations and the build-up to the 2010 World CupTM in South Africa.

Aston Villa have secured a long-term deal with Nike who will become the club's official sportswear partner from the 2007-2008 campaign.

The deal will see Nike supply Villa's playing and replica kit in addition to a full range of branded sportswear and accessories.

Villa's new chief executive Richard FitzGerald told: 'This is a significant step forward for the club off the field and we're delighted to have Nike partnering with us.

'The association will help us to drive the club forward. The brand sits perfectly with the new board's vision for Aston Villa and we're looking forward to working with Nike in the future.'

West ham have struck a deal with umbro to be thier new kit maufacturers: West Ham's kit will be manufactured by British firm Umbro from next season.

The tie-up was announced in London as the Hammers come to the end of their three-year deal with Reebok. It will be the first time that West Ham have worn an Umbro kit - although the Cheadle-based firm did produce a kit for the club in the late 60s which was never worn.

In a media briefing at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Tuesday, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) and Tiger Beer announced their five year strategic partnership with global sports brand Nike.

The partnership, effective immediately, starts with Nike kitting the Singapore National Team, Under-23, Under-21 and Young Lions with their home, away and training outfits. The deal also extends to all teams and academies under the FAS umbrella over the five year period.

Associate Professor Ho Peng Kee, President of the FAS says: "The FAS is delighted to welcome Nike as our partner. The strategic alliance will give us the opportunity to leverage the resources, experience and network of global sports icon Nike and the world acclaimed Tiger Beer."

"We are confident that this partnership will play a key role in the Singapore football roadmap."

Swindon Town announced that kit makers Lotto will be supplying the new home and away shirts from the 2007-08 campaign.

The new 2-year deal with the kit making giants will bring to an end the current deal with Lonsdale and will see the improved financial terms benefit the club.

Italian sports brand Lotto, who have signed a two year deal, will replace Lonsdale as the new kit makers and have selected two home and two away strips to pick from.

 

 

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The Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI) has signed a promotion deal with Nike sportswear company of an undisclosed value. However, at a function at the Manchester United Bar in downtown Jakarta, PSSI secretary general Nugraha Besoes described it as "10 times bigger than our agreement with our previous partner Adidas."

Nike will supply the Indonesian national team shirt for the U-15, U-20, U-23, senior mens and womens and futsal teams until 2011 as well as providing footballs for the Indonesian League and Copa Indonesia. It will also be involved in youth football talent development.

FAI and Umbro announce largest sponsorship deal in Irish sport. The Football Association of Ireland has announced a major sponsorship agreement with Umbro valued at a minimum €16 million through to 2014. Bonus payments based on international team success could see this rise to a maximum of €21 million during the period.

The unique agreement sees the grassroots of the game benefit greatly with Umbro set to sponsor key tournaments across different sectors of the non-senior game from 2007. The Junior, Schools, Schoolboys and Colleges/Universities strands of the game will all receive substantial competition sponsorship with Umbro as main sponsor of the following national competitions from 2007/2008.

 “We give our gratitude to Nike for making this partnership a reality,” said Dato’ Redzuan Tan Sri Sheikh Ahmad, the deputy president of the FA of Malaysia (FAM) at the official launch.

Following recent deals with football bodies in Australia and Indonesia, Nike has announced a four-year sponsorship of the Football Association of Malaysia. The sportswear company will provide the main attire for all national teams and also contribute to youth development programs.

The contract has an option for renewal for another five years. The partnership began last night with the unveiling of the national team shirt which will be worn by the senior side in the ASEAN Football Federation Championship, beginning in Bangkok.

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