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  • Leinster To Wear Adidas From 2018?

    adidas are set to take over from Canterbury as kit suppliers to Leinster in season 2018/19 on a five year contract according to the Irish Independent this week. The newspaper reported that a Leinster spokesman said the province do not comment on existing contracts but it’s understood the decision has already been made, leaving adidas with both of Ireland’s biggest rugby brands: Munster and Leinster. It’s likely that the deal will see the adidas Leinster gear available only through Life Sty...

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  • Adidas and All Blacks Extend To 2023

    News that adidas have extended their contract with New Zealand Rugby through to 2023 was released at the unveiling of a special edition jersey for the British and Irish Lions series. The contract extension will mark a 24-year relationship between the two parties should it run it’s full term. NZR CEO Steve Tew said they'd enjoyed "an exceptional and prosperous relationship" with adidas since the first deal was signed in 1999. "We see adidas not just as a sponsor but a real partner in our game....

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  • Leinster To Wear Adidas In 5-Year Deal

    Leinster Rugby and adidas have announced a five year sponsorship deal that will see the famous three stripes adorn all Leinster match day, training and leisure wear as the official kit partner to all Leinster Rugby teams. The sponsorship will see Leinster Rugby senior coaches and players begin their 2018/19 pre-season training in June wearing their new adidas kit taking over from Canterbury. The deal includes the men’s and women’s senior Leinster Rugby teams as well as Leinster branch refere...

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  • France To Wear Le Coq Sportf From 2018

    The French rugby union FFR have announced that Le Coq Sportif will replace adidas as playing and training kit supplier for the period 2018-2024. The federation confirmed the agreement earlier this week, saying that the partnership would yield €1.9 million (£1.65m) per season to amateur rugby. The French brand had equipped the national team until the late 1990s before being replaced by Nike, then by adidas. The adidas term will end in July 2018.    ...

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  • Adidas To End Kit Deal With Lions

    Global sports manufacturer adidas has reportedly brought an end to its 18-year association with the British and Irish Lions. The decision by adidas is apparently linked to the estimated £750m they are paying to Manchester United FC to replace Nike as kit suppliers and the company has been forced to reevaluate some of its other partnerships, with tennis star Andy Murray at risk as well as the Lions. American firm Under Armour, which was founded in 1996 and currently supplies kit to the Welsh,...

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  • Adidas in price war over Rugby world cup shirts

    According to rugbyweek.com sportswear giant adidas has found itself locked in a dispute with New Zealand retailers in the lead up to this year's Rugby World Cup over the price of All Blacks' replica jerseys. adidas released the new jersey last month, expecting strong sales as rugby-mad New Zealand hosts the World Cup for the first time since 1987. But New Zealand retailers said the public had shunned the high-tech tops because adidas set the local retail price too high at NZ$220 (£115 approx)...

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  • ERC Stick With Adidas

    adidas has extended its partnership with European Club Rugby (ERC) as official match ball supplier to Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup. Building on the initial two year deal, the new agreement will see adidas continue as the official ball supplier to European club rugby’s elite tournaments, the Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup for a further four years. Max van den Doel, Head of adidas Sports Marketing for Team Sports said: "Our partnership with ERC has provided a fantastic opportunity...

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  • Harlequins Partner Up With DHL And Adidas

    Aviva Premiership semi-finalists Harlequins have announed dual sponsorship deals with DHL and adidas as they begin to plan ahead for the 2014/15 season. The south west London club announced a five year deal that sees DHL replace Etihad as the club's new lead partner, as well as confirming adidas as their new kit suppliers in place of O'Neills. Abu Dhabi-based airline Etihad had been the main sponsors of Quins for seven successive seasons from 2007 to the present before it was announced last week...

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  • Quins And Adidas Extend To 2021

    Harlequins have agreed an extension to its kit contract with adidas. The agreement extends the existing partnership for a further five years and will see the two companies working together to continue to develop the iconic quartered shirt and associated range until 2021. adidas intend to implement the latest technologies to ensure Harlequins continues to be at the cutting edge of rugby from both a playing and training perspective. The relationship will also further extend Harlequins’ reach int...

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  • Munster Commit To Adidas Through Lifestyle Sports

    Munster Rugby have signed two significant deals this week which lay down a marker for their ambition and which will also shake up the sports retail sector, according to the Sport for Business website. The first is with adidas, who have signed a five-year extension to their deal to produce the Munster kit. This is important in that the brand has been stepping away from rugby in recent months with an exit from the production of the British and Irish Lions jersey, a seeming indicator that they wer...

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