FRMF Signs Contract with Puma after Adidas Deal Expiration


Rabat – Morocco’s Football Federation (FRMF) has announced that it signed a four-year contract with sportswear firm Puma.  

The FRMF signed the contract with Puma on Friday, August 9. Puma will replace Adidas to produce kits for all Moroccan national teams.

FRMF also announced that the contract between FRMF and Adidas expired on June 30. The federation added that it put in place a special committee to study the requests for  the tenders.

Under the agreement, “Puma will provide all national teams with equipment and sportswear, given that the financial value doubled compared to the contract that was linking the federation with the previous company,”  the FRMF concluded.

Morocco and Adidas worked together for seven years, the contract began in 2012.

Last year, ahead of the 2018 World Cup, Moroccan football fans expressed disappointment over the Adidas kits for the Atlas Lions.

The jerseys received a great deal of online criticism from unimpressed Moroccans.