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Middlesbrough extends with Adidas ahead of Premier League return

Newly-promoted English Premier League football club Middlesbrough has extended its kit partnership with German sportswear giant Adidas.

The length of Adidas’s renewal with the club was not disclosed, although Middlesbrough said in a statement that the deal would cover “next season and beyond”.

Under the agreement, Adidas will continue to supply the club’s playing kits and training wear. Middleborough’s new home and away kits will be unveiled in the near future.

Middlesbrough secured promotion to the Premier League earlier this month after finishing runner-up to Burnley in the second-tier Championship. Adidas first partnered with the club in 2009.

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