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Puma returns to partner Egyptian FA

German sportswear manufacturer Puma has been unveiled as the new kit supplier of the Egyptian Football Association.

The multi-year deal will see Puma provide Egypt’s men’s, women’s and youth national teams with official kit.

Puma provided Egypt’s kit between 2006 and 2010, during which time the men’s national team won three consecutive Africa Cup of Nations titles.

Puma will replace rival German sportswear firm Adidas as the Egyptian FA’s kit supplier.

Egypt qualified for the 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia but was knocked out at the group stage. It marked Egypt’s first appearance at the tournament in 28 years.

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