English Premier League side Fulham FC has announced a kit deal with adidas. The Cottagers will return to the brand with three stripes for the first time since 2003 after donning PUMA, Airness, Nike and Kappa gear over the last decade.
According to the FFC website: Fulham Football Club has confirmed a new long-term partnership with adidas, which will see the global sportswear brand become the Club’s official technical kit supplier.
Fulham join an exclusive list of clubs who benefit from a partnership with adidas, including Real Madrid, AC Milan and Bayern Munich, as well as several other Barclays Premier League teams.
Fulham CEO Alistair Mackintosh said: “adidas has a fantastic football heritage and tradition and I know that we will work well together. The synergy between the two organisations has led to a partnership that promises both brands a platform on which to achieve success.
“We are looking forward to producing a range of products that the fans will be proud to wear and featuring adidas technologies such as ClimaCool and ClimaLite.”
adidas senior Manager Commercial Clubs, Steve Holland, said: “Fulham is a very welcome partner to adidas’ strong portfolio of football clubs both globally and in the UK. We share a successful history together and look forward to an exciting, long and rewarding future partnership.”