African football stars wear brand new Puma kits

African Football Stars wearing the new Puma kits. Credit: Puma/Football

Puma, a sports kit company, has unveiled new kits for its sponsoring African football countries.

The new Puma kits are for Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Algeria, Namibia, Senegal Togo, Gabon, Burkino Faso and South Africa which is PUMA’s latest partner.

PUMA Football stars Samuel Eto’o, Asamoah Gyan and Yaya Touré were at the launch as the new kits were officially unveiled at the Design Museum, London November 7, 2011.

The outfits will be worn by the qualified countries for the 2012 African Cup of Nations to be held in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon next year – 2012.

“African football continues to play a huge part in our global sports marketing strategy. Over the past decade, we have progressively developed our relationship with Africa, investing in grassroots projects, player relationships and African federation partnerships. The emotion and passion of African football perfectly complements our brand ethos and we are uniquely privileged to be in a position to work with a continent with such rich culture and heritage. These football kits embody all of our brand values,” Terence Parris, Head of Teamsports Marketing at PUMA SE said in a statement.

By Ekow Quandzie

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