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Essendon Football Club continues partnership with adidas
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Sep '12
Essendon Football Club is pleased to announce adidas will continue as the club’s official footwear and apparel supplier for a further four years.

Essendon CEO Ian Robson said the club was delighted to be extending its partnership with adidas.
 
“We are extremely pleased adidas will be with us for another four years.”
 
“This pre-season we enter a new exciting chapter in the history of the Essendon Football Club. We’ll be relocating to our new High Performance Centre at Melbourne Airport and we’re delighted a world leader in adidas will be joining us on that journey.
 
“Not only will our players be training at a state of the art facility, they’ll also be training and playing in the best athletic apparel and footwear available.”
 
adidas Australia Managing Director Greg Kerr said the Bombers vision and clear direction made the decision to continue the partnership simple.
 
“At adidas we are delighted to be extending our partnership with the Essendon Football Club for another 4 years.”
 
“We have embraced the club’s vision for the future and the new infrastructure and playing facilities in development will set the bench mark for elite athletes in Australia.
 
“We will continue to provide the best performing athletic footwear and apparel to the club’s players and coaching staff and together we will drive innovative concepts that deliver success.”
 
Since joining forces in 2008, adidas has supplied the Bombers with 2,000 pairs of boots and runners, 1,700 playing Guernseys, 1,200 pairs of shorts and 800 pairs of socks. 

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