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Plymouth Argyle have agreed "the most commercially attractive deal in Argyle's history" with the global sportswear giant Adidas, who become exclusive suppliers of all our playing, training and replica kit over an initial four-year period.

The green and white design carries the distinctive logo of our shirt sponsors, Ginsters, as well as a revamped badge.

Pilgrims' chief executive Michael Dunford said: "We are delighted to be teaming up with adidas, a global brand renowned for excellence in every corner of Planet Sport.

"It is a fantastic coup for the club. Our partnership represents the most commercially attractive deal in Argyle's history and I believe it will be a fruitful and mutually rewarding experience for both parties.

"Our fans will also benefit from the high standards of quality and design synonymous with adidas, in terms of replica kit, replica training wear and leisure wear."

The replica kit and adidas-branded merchandise will be rolled out during the summer at the Centre Spot, the Superstore at Home Park, and online through the official club website.

Under the terms of the agreement, adidas will provide Argyle with a new home kit every season and a new away kit every other season, making a total of six kits in four seasons.

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Comments (7)

  1. JONNY SILKY

AMAZIN:wink:

 
  1. Joe Barbieri

Very disappointing, don\'t understand the big white sleeve on this template, tosh

 
  1. Joe Barbieri

Like the crest though

 
  1. fsc

pretty good for a tinpot team.

 
  1. Matthew Dodd

Last sesons Puma was smart! This one looks very nice but as JB said is let down by the white sleeve! Are these just Adidas template shirts though?

 
  1. Matthew Dodd

Like keeper kit! Nice colours navy and sky blue go well together.

 
  1. fsc

Ok, ok, fine,<br /><br />That is a template which is probably going to be used for a lot of teams,<br />Peterborough and Derby perhaps, Spain are even using it.. <br /><br />but after seeing the new Chelsea kit yesterday, I think Plymouth have avoided a massive bullet of sh**<br />besides, would a plymouth fan really want a shirt that could make you vomit on site just looking at it?<br /><br />Thats what Chelsea and Russia will have to deal with next season.<br /><br />And i don\'t even feel sorry for them.

 
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