spain adidasAdidas and the RFEF (Spanish Football Federation) are proud to announce the extension of their sponsorship agreement, extending the relationship until December 2018. The extension agreement comes as a result of the close relationship between both parties over the last 30 years and successes achieved together – most notably with the Spanish team winning the UEFA EURO 2008™ as well as the 2010 FIFA World Cup™.

"We are very proud and excited to announce the extension of our successful partnership with the Spanish Football Federation RFEF. adidas is the global leader in football and Spain is currently the strongest team in the world which makes this partnership a perfect fit," said Herbert Hainer, CEO of the adidas Group.

"We are looking forward to continuing our successful partnership and to supporting the Spanish Federation in their future successes.""We are really glad to have adidas as our official sponsor. This agreement allows us to count on the support of adidas, which is without doubt the leading football brand. We are going to continue our partnership with them to support the world of football in every aspect," said Ángel María Villar, President of the RFEF.

Both bodies will continue working together to promote football at all levels. adidas sponsors every team of the RFEF, including the U-17 team who are the current runner-up in Europe and third in the world, as well as the U-19 team who are the current runner-up in Europe.


Comments (5)

  1. Matthew Wilkinson

Awful, the London 2012 logo is eye watering and the lion is awful as well, plus the idea of a 2012 olympic football team "representing" the United Kingdom is a bad one.

  1. fsc

current shirt is shit<br />2010's was cool

  1. fsc

"adidas is the global leader in football"<br />They were but I'm not sure this is absolute truth nowadays... It's not because you're the major shareholder of the FIFA that you're the number 1. Nike has signed partnerships with more and more countries and clubs while Puma is unquestionably the leader in Africa !

  1. fsc

They probably took one look at the new France kits and signed on the spot.

  1. fsc

Schweney you kidding me? The new Spain kits are terrible and as much as I don't like France, the new Nike kits were great and had some foresight to actually make a collection out of it like Umbro has been doing. The new Adidas kits are too tech and look super tight.

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