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BRENTFORD FC EXTENDED ADIDAS DEAL

26 September 2014

Brentford Football Club sign deal for adidas to remain as Official Kit Supplier for four more years

Brentford Football Club is delighted to announce that adidas, the world’s biggest football brand, will remain as Official Kit Supplier until the end of the 2018/19 season.

It is a four-year extension to the current relationship, which was set to expire next summer.

adidas will continue to offer Brentford fans a wide range of replica kit, training wear, branded merchandise and apparel in The Bees Superstore and online at www.brentforddirect.co.uk.

Mark Devlin, Brentford FC Chief Executive, said: “We are very happy to extend our relationship with adidas.

“The playing staff love the kit and after overcoming some initial challenges regarding delivery timings in our first season it has gone on to prove hugely popular with supporters as well.

“We are very pleased to sign on for another four years with the world’s biggest football brand.

“Brentford is a very ambitious Club and I believe our partnership with adidas will help us to achieve our off the field aspirations.”

Mark Warburton, Brentford FC Manager, added: “It is fantastic news that Brentford FC and adidas will be in partnership for another four years.

“To be in a deal with the world’s biggest and best known football brand is another indication of the progress being made at Brentford.

“I have heard nothing but positive feedback from players and staff about the kit supplied by adidas.”

Nick Craggs, Brand Director for adidas (UK) Ltd, said: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with Brentford Football Club.

“It was a great season for The Bees on the pitch last year and we are looking forward to more successes together in the coming seasons.”

Brentford’s 2014/15 home and away shirts are available in the Bees Superstore and at www.brentforddirect.co.uk.

More details about kits for the 2015/16 season will follow in due course.


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