Germany Announces Nike Kit Deal

The DFB will end its 45-year partnership with Adidas in 2027, it has been officially announced this afternoon. Nike will take over from Adidas as the supplier of DFB national team kits from 2027, until at least 2034.

Germany Signs Nike Kit Deal - 2027 Until End of 2034

The Nike Germany contract will take effect from 2027. This means that Germany will last wear Adidas kits at the 2026 World Cup and then Nike kits at Euro 2028 and and future tournaments.

For the first time in its history, Nike will be the DFB's kit supplier.

This is quite incredible because Adidas has been supplying the kits for Germany ever since the shirts featured brand logos. The Adidas DFB deal has been over 70 years long.

DFB President Bernd Neuendorf said: "We look forward to working with Nike and to the trust they have placed in us. The future partnership will enable the DFB to continue to play a key role in the comprehensive development of football in Germany over the next decade. But one thing is also clear: until December 2026, we will do everything in our power to achieve joint success with our long-standing and current partner, Adidas, to whom German football has been indebted for more than seven decades."

Adidas made Germany's kits from 1982 to the present day, but the partnership dates back even longer

Check out all Adidas Germany kits on Football Kit Archive

The first-ever Nike Germany football kits will be launched in early 2027.

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