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Kappa to kit out Brescia for six seasons

Italian sportswear brand Kappa has signed a long-term kit deal with newly-promoted Serie A side Brescia.

Under the deal, Kappa will supply kit to Brescia for the next six seasons, from 2019-20 to 2024-25.

The last time Kappa sponsored Brescia was between 2003 and 2006.

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The Brescia deal means Kappa will have four partner clubs competing in Serie A in the coming season, alongside Napoli, Genoa and Sassuolo.

Kappa also sponsored Torino up until the end of the 2018-19 season, but has been replaced by Spanish sportswear brand Joma going into 2019-20.

Last season, Kappa sponsored newly-promoted Empoli, but after a year in Italy’s top-flight, Empoli finished in 17th place in 2018-19, and has now been relegated back to Serie B.

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