2017-18 Ligue 1 Kit Battle - Big Brands Dominate in France

After we already took a look at all jersey makers of the English, German, Italian and Spanish first division, we today analyze which kit brands dominate the French Ligue 1.

2017-2018 Ligue 1 Battle Of Brands

This infographic by @planetafobal shows the kit maker of each club in France.



The biggest clubs in France are sponsored by the big brands - Nike makes the jerseys for AS Monaco & Paris Saint-Germain, Adidas produces the strips for Olympique Marseille & Olympique Lyonnaises, while Puma makes the jerseys for Bordeaux & Stade Rennais.

Apart from the big three, other well-known brands are also represented in the Ligue 1. New Balance makes the jerseys for Lille, Umbro is the official kit supplier of Nantes & Caen, and Macron, Lotto, Hummel and Kappa are also represented in France's first division. There are only two kits made by French sportswear brands (AS Saint-Etienne - Le Coq Sportif, EAG Guingamp - Patrick).

In total, Nike is the brand with the most clubs (4), followed by Adidas (3), Kappa, Umbro and Puma (2 teams respectively).

Would you like to see more French brands sponsoring French clubs? Do you look forward to see Olympique Marseille's first kit by Puma next year? Let us know in the comments below.