List of Adidas sponsorships

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Adidas

This is a list of Adidas current sponsorships. One of the first athletes to use Adidas shoes was Jesse Owens, who won four gold medals in the 1936 Olympics.[1]

Contents

Olympic Committees[edit]

American football[edit]

Archery[edit]

Teams[edit]

Artistic gymnastics[edit]

Australian football[edit]

Club teams[edit]

Players[edit]

AFL club Player(s)
Adelaide Crows Eddie Betts - Paul Seedsman
Brisbane Lions Tom Rockliff
Carlton Bryce Gibbs - Dale Thomas
Collingwood Jarryd Blair - Ben Reid
Essendon Dyson Heppell - David Myers - Brent Stanton - Jobe Watson - David Zaharakis - Ryan Crowley
Fremantle Nathan Fyfe - Stephen Hill - Matthew Pavlich - Danyle Pearce
Geelong Cats Jimmy Bartel - Tom Hawkins
Hawthorn Luke Breust - Jack Gunston - Bradley Hill - Cyril Rioli - Isaac Smith
Melbourne Heritier Lumumba
North Melbourne Daniel Wells
Port Adelaide Travis Boak - Angus Monfries - Patrick Ryder
Richmond Brett Deledio - Dustin Martin - Chris Yarran
St Kilda Jake Carlisle - Dylan Roberton
Sydney Swans Lance Franklin
West Coast Lewis Jetta
Western Bulldogs Stewart Crameri - Koby Stevens

Baseball cleats[edit]

Players[edit]

Basketball[edit]

National teams[edit]

Club teams[edit]

Players[edit]

Associations[edit]

Boxing[edit]

Canoe Racing[edit]

Colleges and universities[edit]

Cricket[edit]

National teams[edit]

Former National teams[edit]

Club teams[edit]

Former club teams[edit]

Players[edit]

Country Player(s)
 England Kevin Pietersen - Stuart Broad - Rory Hamilton-Brown - Stuart Meaker - Jason Roy
 India Lokesh Rahul - Sarfraz Khan - sachin tendulkar - Unmukt Chand
 South Africa Colin Ingram
 New Zealand Tim Southee
 Australia Cameron Thompson

Cycling[edit]

Former professional teams[edit]

Notable former players[edit]

Disc Golf[edit]

Notable former player[edit]

Fencing[edit]

Players[edit]

Associations[edit]

Field hockey[edit]

National teams[edit]

Club teams[edit]

Players[edit]

Football[edit]

Adidas produces the kits of many football teams around the world, as well as produces the balls used in the UEFA Champions League matches and FIFA World Cup tournaments since 1970.[7]

The Adidas factory outlet in Herzogenaurach, Germany
World Cup Host Name of the match ball design
1970 Details  Mexico Telstar
1974 Details  West Germany Telstar Durlast
1978 Details  Argentina Tango
1982 Details  Spain Tango España
1986 Details  Mexico Azteca México
1990 Details  Italy Etrusco Unico
1994 Details  United States Questra
1998 Details  France Tricolore
2002 Details  South Korea
 Japan
Fevernova
2006 Details  Germany Teamgeist
2010 Details  South Africa Jabulani
2014 Details  Brazil Brazuca
2018 Details  Russia
UEFA Euro Host Name of the match ball design
1992 Details  Sweden Etrusco Unico
1996 Details  England Questra Europa
2000 Details  Belgium
 Netherlands
Terrestra Silverstream
2004 Details  Portugal Roteiro
2008 Details  Austria
  Switzerland
Europass
2012 Details  Poland
 Ukraine
Tango 12
2016 Details  France Beau Jeu
AFCON Host Name of the match ball design
2008 Details  Ghana Wawa Aba
2010 Details  Angola Jabulani-Angola
2012 Details  Equatorial Guinea
 Gabon
Comoequa
2013 Details  South Africa Katlego
2015 Details  Equatorial Guinea Marhaba
Olympic Games Host Name of the match ball design
1996 Details  United States Questra Olimpia
2000 Details  Australia Gamarada
2004 Details  Greece Pelias
2008 Details  China Teamgeist Beijing
2012 Details  Great Britain The Albert
2016 Details  Brazil Errejota

Associations[edit]

Adidas is the Official ball supplier for the following leagues and associations:

(+) from group stage to final match.

The company has supplied the ball for the UEFA European Championship ever since 1984, starting with the Tango Italia, and also produces the Finale ball for use in the UEFA Champions League.

International and Continental Confederations[edit]

National teams[edit]

Africa[edit]

America[edit]

Asia[edit]

Europe[edit]

Oceania[edit]

Club teams[edit]

Africa[edit]

North and South America[edit]

Asia[edit]

Europe[edit]

Oceania[edit]

  • New Zealand
New Zealand Central United
New Zealand Team Wellington
New Zealand Wellington Phoenix FC
  • Solomon Islands
Solomon Islands Koloale FC Honiara

Players[edit]

Africa[edit]

America[edit]

Asia[edit]

Europe[edit]