Fulham Announce New Shirt Deal With Adidas

Fulham have signed a deal with adidas to be their official kit supplier beginning with the 2013-14 season.

The Cottagers are switching from Kappa to adidas. Fulham have worn adidas shirts throughout their history between 1977 and 1981, and 1997 and 2003, with many of them being memorable kits.

“Fulham is a very welcome partner to adidas’ strong portfolio of football clubs both globally and in the UK,” said adidas senior Manager Commercial Clubs, Steve Holland.

Earlier this month, West Ham United announced that they’re switching their shirt supplier from Macron to adidas.

2 thoughts on “Fulham Announce New Shirt Deal With Adidas”

  1. Thank God. The kappa kits were just insane for anyone that wasn’t built like a professional athelete. I generally wear a XL in replica Adidas kits and a 2XL in authentic. I’m a big guy, but not morbidly obese (6’1″, 240). In Kappa, I had to buy a 4XL just to feel comfortable and probably should have bought a 5XL. The fact that a 5XL even existed was ridiculous.

    1. Trying to wear a women’s kit was a similar nightmare. They obviously weren’t made for women with breasts! I usually wear a medium Adidas replica, but was just squeezing into an XL Kappa.

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