Birmingham City Announce Adidas Kit Deal

English Championship club Birmingham City yesterday announced that Adidas will become their new kit supplier from the 2016-17 season, replacing previous shirt makers Carbrini.

Adidas to Make Birmingham Kits at Least Until 2020




Birmingham City not only announced that Adidas would become their new shirt supplier, the famous club also disclosed that Adidas will make the kits for at least 4 years. No further contract details were revealed yet.

Birmingham City FC Director Panos Pavlakis said: "adidas has a fantastic football heritage and tradition and we are very excited about working with them for the next four seasons. We are very much looking forward to our supporters wearing the adidas brand with great pride. Credit must go to two members of our management team, Ian Dutton, Head and Commercial and Wayne Cowen, Head of Ticketing & Retail for negotiating such a lucrative deal with the biggest brand in football."

Gavin Thomson, MD for North Europe added: We are hugely excited by the new deal and returning to the club as partners for the first time since the late 70s and early 80s, when the likes of the great Trevor Francis were playing for the club. We look forward to working collaboratively with the club and their dedicated fan base, as Gary Rowett and his players push for a return to the top flight of English football in the near future."

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