ANTA Sports

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Anta Sports Products Limited
安踏體育用品有限公司
Type Publicly traded company
Industry Sportswear sales
Founded 1994
Headquarters

Incorporated Office: the Cayman Islands
Listed Office: COSCO Tower, Victoria, Hong Kong[1]

Jinjiang, Fujian, China (de facto)
Area served China
Key people Chairman: Ding Shizhong
Owner(s) ANTA International (BVI) (57.42%)
Public (30.73%)
Parent ANTA International (BVI) (57.42%)
Website Anta Sports Products Limited
Anta Sports store in Huaihua (怀化), Hunan Province

Anta Sports Products Limited (SEHK2020) is a branded sportswear company in China. It involves the business of designing, developing, manufacture and marketing sportswear, including sports footwear, apparel and accessory under its own brand name, ANTA. It was established in 1994 and it is headquartered in Jinjiang, Fujian.[2][3]

Anta Sports was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2007 with its IPO price at HK$5.28 per share, while Leslie Lee Alexander, boss of the Houston Rockets, acted as its cornerstone investor.[4][5] In October 2010, the company acquired the Fila trademark in mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao from Belle International.[6] Since then, the company operates the Fila business in these three areas. Brooklyn Nets' Kevin Garnett left his former shoe sponsor Adidas and has been sponsored by Anta since August 2010.[7]

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