Which European teams are sponsored by Adidas?


By: Manu Tournoux

Do you like football? Find out which European teams are sponsored by the Adidas equipment brand.

Adidas, one of the largest sports equipment manufacturers

Adidas, the brand with the three stripes, is a reference in the world of sport as an equipment manufacturer. Adidas designs high-quality sports clothing, shoes and accessories. Its references are intended both for athletes themselves and for simple fans of sportswear fashion. This German sporting goods brand is known for its close connection with the international football federation. It has been the official ball supplier of the World Cup since 1970. Adidas football balls for the competition are renowned for their high technicality.

The Adidas brand also equips several other football competitions linked to FIFA, such as the Club World Cup, the Futsal World Cup, etc. Adidas is also the official supplier of other major football competitions such as the EURO, Major League Soccer and the Champions League. The brand has thus become one of the largest sponsors of football teams worldwide, and in particular, at European level.

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Which European football teams are sponsored by Adidas?

In terms of sponsorship, Adidas shares, with a major American brand, a majority share of European football clubs. Several major clubs are attached to it such as Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Juventus Turin. Currently, Adidas is in first place among the brands equipping the largest number of clubs in Europe, followed by Nike. Thus, 20 teams from various countries are sponsored by Adidas:

  • Arsenal (England);
  • Bayern Munich (Germany);
  • Bordeaux (France);
  • Brest (France);
  • Cádiz (Spain);
  • Cagliari (Italy);
  • Celta Vigo (Spain);
  • Fulham (England);
  • Juventus Turin (Italy);
  • Leeds (England);
  • Leicester (England);
  • Lyon, France) ;
  • Manchester United (England);
  • Osasuna (Spain);
  • Real Madrid (Spain);
  • Sheffield United (England);
  • Strasbourg (France);
  • Union Berlin (Germany);
  • Valladolid (Spain);
  • Wolverhampton (England).


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