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Nike extends kit deal with Brighton and Hove Albion

Premier League football club Brighton and Hove Albion has agreed a three-season extension to its kit partnership with US sportswear brand Nike.

The new deal, which runs from 2019-20 to 2021-22, will see Nike continue to supply playing and training kit for Albion’s men’s and women’s teams, the U23 men’s, U21 women’s, and boys’ and girls’ academy sides.

Russell Wood, head of commercial at Albion, said: “We have enjoyed an excellent relationship with Nike since they became our technical supplier in 2014 and, in addition to our players benefitting from world-class sporting apparel, we have seen our replica shirt sales grow year on year.

“We are extremely proud to have two prestigious global brands like Nike and American Express on our shirts as we prepare for our third season in the top flight.”

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