Legea on board as Reds’ ACL apparel supplier

Friday, 2 March 2012 12:57 PM

Legea on board as Reds’ ACL apparel supplier

Adelaide United FC is delighted to announce a new and exciting partnership with apparel supplier Legea (Sports Portal) for the club's AFC Champions League 2012 campaign.

Legea will be the Reds’ official kit supplier for the prestigious Asian club competition, exclusively supplying all of the team’s authentic on-field and off-field apparel. The club is extremely pleased with the quality and range of gear that Legea (Sports Portal) has supplied and looks forward to displaying it during its six matches in the Group Stage.

From its conception in 1991, Legea has been known for its innovative and cutting edge style in the world of football. Pushing the boundaries, continuous experimentation and product development has led to a strong following of the Legea brand worldwide.

Legea currently sponsor a number of clubs around the world, including Italian Serie A clubs Palermo and Udinese, while they are also associated with volleyball, basketball and rugby.

“It is with great pleasure that today we can officially announce our new partnership with Adelaide United FC for their 2012 ACL campaign,” Asmer Fazlic, Managing Director at Sports Portal (LEGEA Australia) said.

“This is a highly significant and exciting partnership for Sports Portal (Legea). Aligning with an elite organisation like Adelaide United demonstrates our deep commitment to growing the Legea sports brand in Australia and showcasing our high performance apparel on the world’s most prestigious stage.”

“We’ve been working hard behind the scenes with the club to produce a great quality playing kit as well as training and travel wear range that supporters and players can be proud of. We are confident Adelaide United will benefit from the expertise we will add and we wish the club every success during their 2012 ACL campaign.”

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Adelaide United will wear the new Legea playing strip for the first time in its opening AFC Champions League 2012 match against Bunyodkor in Tashkent on Tuesday, March 6.

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