The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has agreed a long-term extension to its partnership with German sportswear giant adidas.
Under the renewal, which runs until 2026, adidas will continue to supply kits to Spain’s men’s, women’s and age-group national teams. Financial terms were not disclosed.
adidas has been Spain’s kit manufacturer for the past 35 years, taking in its 2010 Fifa World Cup triumph and wins at the 2008 and 2012 European Championships.
adidas chief executive Herbert Hainer said: “adidas is a global football leader and the Spanish side is one of the strongest teams on the planet, turning this sponsorship into the perfect agreement. We hope to continue with our successful agreement and supporting the Spanish national team in future achievements.”
RFEF president Angel Maria Villar added: “Our close relationship is not only the result of positive commercial agreements, but built on an understanding that has lasted a long period of time. adidas has lived Spain’s successes with the different teams since the beginning of the 80s, but has also supported the squads in their hardest times. It belongs to the best part of our history, over a quarter of a century.
“The extension of our close relationship with adidas takes place because we convinced it’s the best for RFEF and for the different national teams. We also believe it’s profitable for the national team’s sports brand.”