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City Announce Adidas Deal

City Announce Adidas Deal

Sports manufacturing giants Adidas have announced a long-term deal to become City's official kit supplier from next season.

The biggest football brand in the world will make the kits and all the leisure wear after signing a 'long-term' deal with us.

City's Managing director Doug Harman told the clubs website: "We are delighted to be able to announce our new kit and leisurewear partnership with Adidas.

"The new arrangement underlines the club's ambition to move ahead on all fronts with plans that add value to the Bristol City brand and our partnership with adidas is certain to achieve that."


The UK's Adidas sales development manager Steve Holland also told bcfc.co.uk: "Bristol City is a club that Adidas are looking forward to partnering with.

"The club have some compelling and exciting plans and developments happening over the next few years and we are excited to be part of this with the club."


Adidas also provide the kits for teams like Chelsea and Liverpool in the Premiership.



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Writer:Tin
Date:Friday May 7 2010
Time: 1:24PM

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Almost identical quotes from when Swindon struck a deal with Adidas. Your Puma kits were alright.
Nellup
07/05/2010 17:01:00
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Swindon/Bristol City both crap.
superbrfc
13/05/2010 10:57:00
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