No More Puma After More Than 20 Years? Cameroon To Get New Kit Maker

It seems like one of the longest partnerships in the history of African football will come to an end as Puma and the Cameroonian Football Federation (FECAFOOT) could not reach an agreement about extending their partnership. Thanks to Footpack for the info.

Puma had been making Cameroon's kits since 1997, making it the possibly longest partnership of any African national football team. In 2017, Puma celebrated the 20th anniversary of their partnership with Cameroon.

Cameroon is Puma's most famous team from Africa. In 2002, the brand released a sleeveless shirt for Cameroon, which was later banned by FIFA.

Puma And Cameroon Did Not Reach An Agreement About New Kit Deal

Puma's contract with Cameroon expired on December 31, 2018. According to FECAFOOT president Seidou Mbombo Njoya, the two parties do not seem to have found common ground to extend a rich 20-year partnership.

"I visited @PUMA's headquarters in France on February 13, 2019. To date, the @FecafootOfficie and @pumafootball have not reached an agreement. FECAFOOT remains open to all discussions to choose its equipment manufacturer"

Before Puma became their kit maker, Cameroon has been equipped by Lotto (1995-1996), Mitre (1993-1995), adidas (1988-1993) and Le Coq Sportif (1982-1987).

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Which brand would you like to see making Cameroon's kits? Let us know in the comments below.