Krasnodar Signs Puma Kit Deal

Puma will kit out Russian Premier League outfit FC Krasnodar from the start of the 2016-17 season, the Germany-based brand announced on Thursday. Puma replaces Kappa as Krasnodar jersey maker in a deal which saw neither duration nor value disclose by both parties.

Sergey Morschakin, Head of Sales for PUMA Russia said, “We are proud to extend our football club portfolio and partner with FC Krasnodar, such a prominent Russian football club. We always keep an eye on talented teams in all markets, and support them with innovative products to become Forever Faster”.

Vladimir Khashig, CEO of FC Krasnodar said: “FC Krasnodar starts a new page in its history. Our philosophy includes innovation in everything we do. We aim to support all Krasnodar teams with the best technology and our partnership with PUMA helps drives this forward. We are focused on the development and new victories together with our new partner, PUMA”.

The agreement between Krasnodar and Puma will go into effect from August 1 and will see the first-ever Puma Krasnodar kits released subsequently.

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