Puma has signed a one-year extension to its kit deal with Tottenham Hotspur.
The north London club’s contract, which will now run until the 2011/2012 season, will see Puma continue to supply the club with their technical and replica kit and training wear.
Roger Harrison, Puma UK marketing director commented: ‘Our partnership has proven to be very successful in the past. Tottenham Hotspur continues to grow and they continue to be a great fit for the Puma brand. This agreement underlines our strong commitment to expand our position in the global football market.’
In addition to sponsoring Tottenham Hotspur, Puma also has kit sponsorships with Newcastle United, Cardiff City, Burnley, Coventry City, Dundee, Hibernian, Motherwell, Preston Northend and Stirling Albion.
Tottenham has enjoyed a lucrative year in terms of sponsorship deals, recently announcing multi-million pound shirt sponsorship contracts with Autonomy Group and Investec for league and cup games respectively.