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The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) announced on Saturday that it has partnered with sportswear giant Adidas.

“The Jamaica Football Association is proud to announce that sportswear giant Adidas will outfit all Jamaican national football teams from January 2023. The partnership, which is built on the cultivation and support of talent and the joy that football can bring, will include major tournaments such as the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, the 2024 Summer Olympics and the 2026 FIFA World Cup,” the JFF said in a statement.

JFF President Michael Ricketts said: “We are extremely proud to announce this unprecedented partnership with Adidas and we look forward to achieving great things together.

“The partnership will support the JFF’s efforts to develop Jamaican football at all levels and facilitate further success at the professional level in the years to come. The JFF is now part of the Adidas portfolio of international federations, joining giants such as DFB (Germany), RFEF (Spain), AFA (Argentina), FIGC (Italy) and RBFA (Belgium),” said added Ricketts.

Adidas Global Football Managing Director Nick Craggs said: “We are delighted to announce this long partnership with the Jamaica Football Association.

“The country’s potential on the pitch – evidenced by the women’s back-to-back World Cup qualifications – as well as the richness and global relevance of its culture, which resonates well beyond the borders of football and Jamaica, make him an ideal candidate to join our Adidas International Federations family. We look forward to celebrating many accomplishments together while contributing to the progress and future of Jamaican football at all levels of the game.” added.

“The past does not equal the future, and the future of Jamaican football looks bright,” said Business 2 Sports Group CEO Marlon Gilbert-Roberts, who alongside sports attorney Jonathan Himpe and Fitzroy Simpson, was one of the architects of this historic agreement.


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