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Nike Extends Kit Deal With US Soccer Federation For 9 More Years

nike us soccer Nike Extends Kit Deal With US Soccer Federation For 9 More Years

Nike has extended their kit deal with US Soccer for nine more years, which will carry the relationship between the two organizations into its fourth decade.

Under the new deal, Nike will continue to provide kits for the US Men’s National Team, US Women’s National Team and every other US national team down to the US Soccer Development Academy.

Nike and the US Soccer Federation have been partners since 1995.

“Nike has been an outstanding partner and shares our long-term vision for progress, innovation and player development,” said U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati. “We have enjoyed a tremendous history together that began as we both looked to elevate soccer in this country to new heights, and we look forward to building on our progress.”

Read: Are These the USMNT Home and Away Shirts for the 2014 World Cup?

Now that the deal has been signed, we can look ahead to a series of brand new kits from Nike for the US Men’s National Team in the lead-up to the 2014 World Cup.


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