Sportswear company Puma is maintaining a high profile at football's Africa Cup of Nations, with nine out of the 16 teams wearing the German company's kit.

Puma supplies hosts Ghana and holders Egypt, along with Angola, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Morocco, Senegal, Tunisia and first-time competitors Namibia.

Each of the teams is wearing Puma's new v1.08 products, which are launched in retail outlets this week, including clothing, footwear and accessories.

"The fact that 20 of 24 games in the group stage of the Africa Cup of Nations will feature the Puma logo is a statement we are proud to make," said Puma chairman and CEO Jochen Zeitz.

"Puma's commitment to African football as the leading supplier runs deep, much like the passion that Africa shows for the game of football itself."

Zeitz and the Peace One Day charity also hosted a youth exhibition game in Accra on 19 January.