Finta

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Finta
Public
Industry Apparel, accessories
Founded 1987
Headquarters Bandeira da cidade de São Paulo.svg São Paulo,
Bandeira do estado de São Paulo.svg São Paulo,
Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil
Area served
Europe, Central America, South America, the Caribbean and Japan
Key people
Ms Fatima de Castro
(Legal Representative/Business Owner)
Products Athletic footwear and apparel, sport equipments and other athletic and recreational products
Increase US$ 10-50 million [1]
Website www.finta.com.br

Finta is a Brazilian sportswear brand founded in 1987 that supplies especially soccer teams with sports apparel.

Information[edit]

Other significant sports which Finta provides sportswear in Brazil are volleyball and basketball. It is the official supplier of several Brazilian teams as well as some teams of the National Federation of Haiti.[citation needed]

History[edit]

The Finta is a genuinely Brazilian sports brand that since its founding in 1987 has provided uniforms and sports equipment to large clubs.

In this short period, as a supplier, the Finta participated in the conquest of three Brazilian first division titles (Vasco/89, and Corinthians/90 Botafogo/95). Also won the league several times access to the first division of Brazilian football (Juventude champion and vice-campeão/94 Goiás, Botafogo R. Black Vice campeão/98 and Santa Cruz deputy campeão/99, Paraná Clube - Champion JH Cup 2000, Paysandu - champion in 2001, Botafogo Rio - runner-up 2003, Santa Cruz - runner-up 2005). Got two titles Brazilian third division (New Horizontino/94 and Remo/05), two World Cups in Brazil 93/94 Super Cups and two South American 91/93 (Cruzeiro of Belo Horizonte). Paysandu The North won the FIFA World Cup 2002 and Champions in 2002, gaining the right to participate in the Libertadores 2003. There are 42 state championships (Corinthians, Cruzeiro, Sport Recife, Paysandu, Goias, Vasco, MG America, Nautical, Ceará, Vila Nova, Santa Cruz, two tricampeonatos with Vasco and Goiás, two international tournaments (Tereza Herrera/89 with Vasco and Ramon de Carranza/96 with Botafogo in Rio), and five other titles with the men's basketball team from France and women's volleyball Ribeirao Preto (São Paulo / Brazil / South America), totaling 60 titles won by clubs (football, volleyball and basketball) uniform with our brand (42estaduais, 13 national and 5 international).[1]

Finta has over four thousand customers throughout Brazil. Finta's products are exported to Europe, Central America, South America, the Caribbean and Japan.[2]

Sponsorship[edit]

Football[edit]

Clubs[edit]

National Teams[edit]

Players[edit]

Tennis[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

Achievements of Clubs Sponsored by Finta[edit]

Clubs who have won a trophy or honour sponsored by Finta are listed;

Source: [3]

State Champions (Brazil)[edit]

Source: [4]

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Finta International Cup

References[edit]

  1. ^ Juliano, Finta (2010-10-23). "Finta". brandsoftheworld.com. Retrieved 09/03/2013 20:45.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  2. ^ Juliano, Finta (2010-10-23). "Finta". brandsoftheworld.com. Retrieved 09/03/2013 20:45.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)

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