Arsenal Adidas Agreement

Manchester United`s contract with adidas is the top flight worth $75 million a year. Arsenal and adidas have entered into a new kit partnership that from 1 July 2019 This new contract is almost twice as high as the $30 million a year that the Puma club has received. Arsenal have signed a new sponsorship deal for Kit with adidas, which is reportedly worth nearly $60 million a year. Arsenal will not only have beautiful kits in the future, as adidas can replace Puma, but also help in the transfer window. Next season, the Gunners will play for the first time in an adidas kit for 25 years Arsenal have announced a new $300 million kit deal with German sportswear giant adidas, which will begin at the start of the 2018/19 season. This relatively short deal came on the back of two decades of Nike sponsorship. The last time the club wore an adidas kit during the 1993/94 season, it spent two decades at Nike before joining Puma. The association did not give further details immediately, but the adidas partnership must be a five-year contract. Thanks for the puma memories, but frankly, I can`t deny that I`m really looking forward to seeing this new partnership with Adidas. It took a while. 🔴⚪ #AFC #Puma #adidas kit agreements have become an important source of revenue for clubs in recent years, with suppliers willing to pay a lot of money. Barcelona`s contract with Nike is $140 million per year or more per season after 2018, by Agence France-Presse (h/t Sky Sports).

The agreement with Puma is worth $30 million a year over five years. Next year it expires and Arsenal will double its money with adidas. Arsenal will be back in the adidas kits next season for the first time in 25 years. Former striker Ian Wright plays for the Gunners in an adidas kit back in the 1992-93 season Coupled with a new shirt sponsorship contract with Emirates, which also comes into force next season, the adidas Arsenal contract is expected to increase Arsenal`s purchasing power, as the Gunners manage to return to the Champions League.