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Joma in, Kappa out at Torino – report

Italian Serie A club Torino has reportedly signed a new kit supply deal with Spanish brand Joma.

According to a report from Italian news site Gazzetta dello Sport, the club has finalised a new five-year contract with Joma, which will take over from Kappa at the end of this season.

The deal will cover all teams at the club, including the men’s first team, women’s team and all academy levels.

When the deal goes live, Torino will be one of three Serie A clubs sponsored by Joma, in addition to Sampdoria and Atalanta.

Kappa was Torino’s technical sponsor for 10 years, making it the longest-serving kit supplier in the club’s history, longer still than Asics, which sponsored Torino from 2001 to 2008.

Joma will also be the second Spanish brand to serve as kit supplier at Torino, after the club partnered with Kelme in the late 90s.

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