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Middlesbrough Football Club today announces adidas as new kit suppliers from summer 2009.

The partnership will give adidas exclusive rights to provide all playing, training and replica kit over an initial four-year term.

The first chance Boro supporters will have to see the result of the new partnership will be the launch of an exciting new training range in June, followed by the launch of a new-look 2009-10 home kit in July.

Middlesbrough FC's Chief Operating Officer Neil Bausor said: "The club is delighted to be joining forces with a market-leading global sports brand.

"The club has a history with adidas that dates back to the 1970s. Our new, long-term agreement enables us to work with adidas again to provide the playing staff and fans alike with product ranges that blend exceptional quality, design and technology.

"We're confident the club's supporters will be delighted with the move to adidas and the new range."
Gavin Thomson, Sales Director adidas UK and Ireland said: "Everyone at adidas is very excited about our new partnership with Middlesbrough Football Club.

"Middlesbrough is a great club with a proud heritage and a loyal fan base. We look forward to a very rewarding and successful relationship for both parties.''

Our pictures show Gareth Southgate with adidas (UK) Ltd's sales development manager, Steve Holland.
All replica kit will continue to be available exclusively via the MFC Official retail stores and online.

Middlesbrough FC's Chief Operating Officer Neil Bausor said: "The club is delighted to be joining forces with a market-leading global sports brand.

"The club has a history with adidas that dates back to the 1970s. Our new, long-term agreement enables us to work with adidas again to provide the playing staff and fans alike with product ranges that blend exceptional quality, design and technology.

"We're confident the club's supporters will be delighted with the move to adidas and the new range."

 

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  1. fsc

It\'s a shame the way Errea went, providing some really top notch, groundbreaking and innovative styles for Boro early on - e.g. the badge on the arm of the kit, the graduated double stripes on either side - but then just sinking into tired design later. Boro fans should be happy with Adidas - although their stuff can be hit and miss; the current Marseilles away and France strips are fantastic, but so much else is really poor. I suspect that if Adidas want to start with a bang, Boro might get one based on the Spain Confederations Cup kit.

 
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