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Le Coq Sportif returns to partner Cameroon Football Federation

The Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) has entered into a partnership with French sportswear and equipment company Le Coq Sportif.

As part of the agreement, Le Coq Sportif will provide the Cameroon national team with playing kit for this year’s Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Egypt.

The deal also covers the 2019 Fifa Women’s World Cup in France and the men’s U17 World Cup in Brazil.

Le Coq Sportif will replace German sportswear brand Puma as Cameroon’s kit supplier. Puma had provided Cameroon’s kit since 1998.

Le Coq Sportif also provided Cameroon’s kit at the 1982 World Cup in Spain, which marked the country’s debut at the tournament.

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