No More Adidas - Puma Signs Egypt Kit Deal

Yesterday, we reported that Puma is rumored to become Egypt's new kit maker from this year, replacing Adidas. Now Puma officially announced that they a new multi-year partnership with the Egyptian Football Association, which will see the brand once again team up with Africa’s most successful team.

“Egypt has an amazing track record and we are very excited to once again supply them with our products”, said Johan Adamsson, Director of Sports Marketing & Sports Licensing at Puma. “We hope that Puma and the Pharaohs can continue where they left off, by taking the title in the next Africa Cup of Nations in 2019.”

Puma Signs Long-Term Egypt Kit Deal




Starting 2019, Puma will provide all representative national teams, including men’s, women’s and youth teams, with official kits. The new Puma Egypt kit deal is expected to be valid for four years, until the 2022 World Cup.

When the Pharaohs last wore Puma, they won three consecutive AFCON titles between 2006 and 2010. Overall, Egypt has won seven continental titles, making it the most successful team in African football.


2010 Puma Egypt kit

“It is great to be back with the big cat in 2019. We share many happy and successful memories together and hope we will hit the ground running in what will be a very important year for Egyptian football,” said Hany Abo Rida, President of the Egyptian Football Association.

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