Change of equipment supplier in sight for the Blues


By: Manu Tournoux

The FFF officially launched its call for tenders this Friday to find its future equipment supplier.

After Germany, which announced Thursday that it was leaving Adidas after 70 years of collaboration for Nike from 2027, is it France's turn to change equipment supplier? Under contract with the comma brand until 2026, the French Football Federation announced this Friday the launch of a call for tenders to find its equipment supplier for the period 2026 to 2034.

“In accordance with the deliberation of the Executive Committee today, the French Football Federation is organizing a consultation intended to bring into competition between professional sports equipment companies linked to the practice of football in order to select the equipment manufacturer which, during the 2026 sports seasons /2027 to 2033/2034, will benefit from the status of official equipment supplier of the FFF »we can read in the press release.

Closing of the call for tenders at the end of April

“This consultation is addressed today to the main market players, is added. Until April 15, 2024, any professional sports equipment company linked to the practice of football can contact the FFF, by email addressed to François Vasseur, Marketing and Economic Development Director of the FFF, in order to access the file of this consultation. The request must be motivated and come from an authorized representative. Offers from interested candidates must be submitted to the FFF on April 29, 2024.”

As a reminder, the contract signed with Nike currently brings in 50.5 million euros per year to the FFF, which hopes for more…

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