Italian Champions Juventus have announced that adidas will take over as their technical sponsor - kit manufacturer - from the 2015-16 season onwards.

The deal is worth a minimum of €139.5m, will see the German manufacturer make Juve's kit for six years and also includes a royalty system for the club, based on sales.

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This brings to an end Nike's relationship with the Turin side, at the end of next season, and the two organisations part ways after an association lasting over a decade.


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  1. Guest

why couldn't adidas have done the same with the real shirt and not put a great big red splodge on the shirt? 10/10

  1. Spiderbait

So, the Juve shield wont be the only thing with three stripes on their shirts anymore. <br /><br />The Juve kits should be pretty good, some really nice Milan shirts by adidas over the past few seasons, and I expect that adidas will do the same for the old lady.<br /><br />Incidently, adidas supply Partizan Belgrade and Tout Puissant Mazembe (DR Congos biggest team), who also play in black and white stripes, though Juve will get bespoke kits unlike the aforementioned teams.

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