Palmeiras announced FIAT as their new shirt sponsor

With the presence of model Adriane Galisteu, Palmeiras announced, Today, in an event carried out in São Paulo, that they will be sponsored by Fiat from the near season. During the presentation, the management of Palmeiras said that they would announce a new reinforcement.

In fact, the new reinforcement was Galisteu, dressed with the new green uniform of the team, who delivered others shirs for the president of the club, Alfonso Della Monica, and for the president of the Fiat in Latin America, Cledorvino Belini.

Adidas may lose its contract with the French national football team to rival Nike after its contract with the team expires in 2010, Wirtschafts Woche reported, citing industry sources. Both Adidas and Nike declined to comment on the matter, the magazine said.

Adidas may lose its contract with the French national football team to rival Nike after its contract with the team expires in 2010, Wirtschafts Woche reported, citing industry sources. Both Adidas and Nike declined to comment on the matter, the magazine said.

The Fédération Française de Football (FFF) and adidas last year extended their partnership agreement in 2001 until 2010. Adidas and the French Federation have enjoyed an extremely successful partnership for well over 30 years.

U.S. sportswear giant Nike extended its contract with the Korean Football Association (KFA) Tuesday, signing a four-year, 25 billion won ($27 million) deal for the rights to supply the national football team's uniforms.

U.S. sportswear giant Nike extended its contract with the Korean Football Association (KFA) Tuesday, signing a four-year, 25 billion won ($27 million) deal for the rights to supply the national football team's uniforms.

Under the new contract, which goes into effect next year, Nike will also provide 24 billion won worth in sporting products and allow national team players to use cleats from other brands, the KFA said. Nike had paid the KFA a total of 15 billion won ($16.3 million) for a five-year contract that expires on Dec. 31.

AEGON will be the new head sponsor of AFC Ajax from 1 July 2008. The sponsorship deal between Ajax and AEGON has been laid down for a period of 7 years, in which an annual sponsorship amount of maximally 12 million euro will be paid.

AEGON will be the new head sponsor of AFC Ajax from 1 July 2008. The sponsorship deal between Ajax and AEGON has been laid down for a period of 7 years, in which an annual sponsorship amount of maximally 12 million euro will be paid.

This amount consists of a fixed component of 10 million euro and a variable part of 2 million euro. Furtherrmore, as an affirmation of the launch as head sponsor, another 1.5 million is added, divided over the first three years. The total sponsorship amount can add up to 85.5 million euro, minus VAT. AEGON will have a prominent place on the official match kits of all Ajax teams from next season.

The Addicks could again be facing problems with their shirt sponsor as Llanera; the Spanish property group based in Valencia are facing up to the prospect of going bankrupt. A £6.6million four and a half year deal was signed with Llanera in December 2005, but less than two years into this there is a real possibility the Addicks could be left without a shirt sponsor, and the loss of revenue that will go with it.

The Addicks could again be facing problems with their shirt sponsor as Llanera; the Spanish property group based in Valencia are facing up to the prospect of going bankrupt.

A £6.6million four and a half year deal was signed with Llanera in December 2005, but less than two years into this there is a real possibility the Addicks could be left without a shirt sponsor, and the loss of revenue that will go with it.

DFB and adidas extend partnership

The German Football Association (DFB) and Adidas announced the long-term extension of their successful partnership of more than 50 years until the year 2018

The extension of the agreement is the result of a settlement which the Arbitration Court had advised both parties to reach following detailed and intense negotiations. Under the new endorsement agreement, adidas will remain Official Outfitter of the DFB until the end of 2018 and will continue to supply the complete ranges of match, training and leisure apparel for all DFB teams.

Gambling adverts will be banned from being printed on children's replica football shirts under new guidelines unveiled by the Government.

After the Ban on child football shirts with drink ads now gambling adverts will be banned from being printed on children's replica football shirts under new guidelines unveiled by the Government.

Controversial new laws taking effect from September 1 will allow bookmakers, casinos and gambling websites to advertise on British television for the first time. But under a voluntary code of conduct agreed by the gambling industry to ease criticism of Labour's sweeping relaxation of betting legislation, they will not be shown before the 9pm watershed - when youngsters should have gone to bed.

Hartlepool United are pleased to announce brand new Away Shirt sponsors for the upcoming 2007/08 and Centenary season of 2008/09.

The first choice Away Shirts will now be sponsored by Larsen Oil & Gas After eight years of sponsoring and supporting the Club, DNO have decided not to renew their Away Shirt sponsorship.

Hartlepool United would like to thank DNO for their commitment over the years.

The new Away Shirt, featuring the new sponsor's logo will be launched for sale in the Club Shop on Friday 20th July 2007.

Besides winning the U21 European championship for the second time in a row after beating England in the semi-final in a legendary  penalty shootout,  and Serbia in the final , Holland also extended their deal with nike as their official kit supplier.

The agreement between the KNVB and kit supplier Nike, that was running until 2010, is extended until 2018. Both parties see it as affirmation of the mutual contentment over the relation that began in 1996.

 The announcement by the Portman Group, which represents Britain’s main drinks companies, comes just days before the government announces its new alcohol strategy.

Replica football shirts sold to children will no longer carry the logos of alcohol-industry sponsors under rules as unveiled in June 2007.

Drinks firms sponsoring sports teams have agreed that it is inappropriate for children to wear shirts advertising alcohol brands.

The announcement by the Portman Group, which represents Britain’s main drinks companies, comes just days before the government announces its new alcohol strategy.

It will be seen as a gesture by the multi-billion-pound drinks industry to head off more draconian government action amid concern about soaring levels of alcohol abuse among the young.

The government’s new alcohol strategy is expected to require pubs, supermarkets and off-licences to display alcohol health warnings at the bar or tills, as well as labels on drinks bottles and cans. Details of the scheme are being negotiated between the Department of Health and the drinks industry.