Poland

Polish Ekstraklasa team Slask Wroclaw has signed a kit deal with sportswear brand Adidas ahead of the 2014-15 football season.

Polish mobile phone network Plus is to become a sponsor of the International Volleyball Federation’s (FIVB) 2014 World Championship, which will take place in the country later this year.

Polish Ekstraklasa football teams Wisla Krakow, Lechia Gdansk and Gornik Zabrze have agreed two-year sponsorship deals with Totolotek, the Polish subsidiary of betting and gaming company Intralot.

Polish Ekstraklasa football club Lech Poznan will wear Nike kits from next season after making the US sportswear giant its new technical sponsor.

Poland’s top football division, the Ekstraklasa, has agreed a two-year deal with German sportswear and equipment giant Adidas.

Betting group Fortuna has agreed to become the main sponsor of Polish Ekstraklasa football team Legia Warsaw under a three-year deal effective from January 1, 2014.

The Ekstraklasa, the top division of football in Poland, has engaged the Infront Sports & Media agency to search for a major sponsor in the German and Austrian markets.

Lech Poznan has agreed a five-year deal, from 2013-14 to 2017-18, for telecommunications firm INEA to assume the naming rights to the Polish Ekstraklasa football club's stadium.