Puma Congratulates Egypt As They Retain Orange Africa Cup Of Nations 2010 Crown In Angola
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At the conclusion of the game, to mark their victory, the Egyptian players donned the PUMA Africa Unity jersey, launched in Nairobi earlier this month. Sanctioned by FIFA, this first ever continental kit is the Official 3rd kit of the twelve PUMA-sponsored African teams, who are not only uniting as a powerful force in world football, but also raising awareness of the importance of environmental issues. A portion of the profits from sales of the replica fanwear for the Africa Unity Kits will help fund biodiversity programs in Africa, in partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme’s International Year of Biodiversity 2010.
Jochen Zeitz, Chairman and CEO, PUMA AG said, "We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Egypt for their victory in Angola. Winning the African Cup of Nations three times successively has never been done before and is a phenomenal achievement. It’s a unique position to be in, having two PUMA-sponsored teams make it to the Final. How do you cheer for just one? But in the end, the Pharaoh’s win was decisive. We look forward to supporting them as they strive for further success in this World Cup year.”
PUMA has enjoyed more than a decade of close partnership and collaboration with African football federations. Currently, the company sponsors 12 African teams, including the FIFA World Cup 2010 qualified teams of Ghana, Cameroon, Ivory Coast and Algeria, as well as the national teams of Mozambique, Egypt, Tunisia, Namibia, Morocco, Angola, Senegal and Togo, and some of the best players in football today, such as John Mensa, Samuel Eto’o and Emmanuel Eboué.
PUMA served as the Official Fan Shop and Fan Supplier of the Orange African Cup of Nations Angola 2010. Through a partnership with CAF/Sportfive, the sportlifestyle company secured exclusive retail and licensing rights to manufacture products that carry the tournament trademark.
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