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Real Valladolid signs new kit partnership with adidas

Spanish LaLiga football club Real Valladolid has agreed a new four-season kit partnership with German sportswear company adidas.

The contract between the two parties will run from 2019-20 to 2022-23, with adidas having previously partnered with the club during the 1980s.

During this time Valladolid, which is now majority owned by Brazilian football legend Ronaldo, won the Copa de la Liga in 1983-84.

Matthieu Fenaert, director of the business development department at ​​Real Valladolid, said: “This new alliance is totally aligned with the strategy of global growth that the club develops for the Real Valladolid brand.”

Adidas replaces Danish sportswear brand Hummel, which has partnered with Valladolid since the 2013-14 season.

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