GERMANY: Adidas signs deal with Mexican Football Federation
Sports goods brand Adidas has signed a long-term partnership deal with the Mexican Football Federation (FMF).
The deal, which will last until 2014, begins on 10 January 2007. According to the terms of the agreement, Adidas will the supply all national teams of the FMF and both partners will work together to promote football on all levels.
Adidas worked with the Mexican national team 20 years ago during the FIFA World Cup in Mexico.
Adidas also has partnerships with football federations such as Germany, the host of the FIFA World Cup 2006, European Champions Greece, Asian Champions Japan, Olympic Champions Argentina, Vice-World Champion France, South Africa, the host of the 2010 FIFA World Cup,as well as China, Spain, Nigeria, Denmark, Venezuela and Guatemala.
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