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LEGEA is a sportswear company founded in 1990 by Antonio Acanfora. It is one of the most popular brands among Italian amateur football teams, now expanding to top division professional clubs.[citation needed]

LEGEA S.R.L.
Private
IndustryTextile
Founded1990
HeadquartersPompei, Italy
Key people
Luigi, Emilia and Franco Acanfora
ProductsSportwear
Websitewww.legea.com

LEGEA is technical sponsor of the national team of Montenegro and Gibraltar but is also sponsor of top teams such as Palermo, Cosenza calcio, Reggina calcio and Livorno calcio in Italy, Nac Breda and N.E.C. in the Netherlands, TNS and CARMARTHEN TOWN FC in Wales, CD Feirense in Portugal, Lommel United in Belgium, FC CHERNOMORETS and Futbol'nyj Klub L'vivin in Ukrain, Spatak subotika in Serbia, NK Celje in Slovenia, LEVADIAKOS and Athlītikī Enōsī Larisas 1964 in Greece, ERMIS ARADIPPOU in Cyprus and many others all around Europe

LEGEA was the only Italian brand to sponsor a national team in occasion of the World Cup 2010, the national team of North Korea

Legea has a main office in Pompei and many Legea Points (shops) throughout Italy. They also have distributors in countries throughout Europe, Canada, the United States, and Australia.

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HistoryEdit

During the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, Legea sponsored the North Korean soccer team. According to the company, "Many ask us what interest we could have in sponsoring North Korea, and whether this could not amount to negative publicity, but we disagree... there is no negative publicity."[1]

Current sponsorshipsEdit

 
Legea concluded a contract in 2012 with 31-time Bulgarian A Professional Football Group champions CSKA Sofia.

The following teams wear uniforms manufactured and provided by Legea:

Olympic CommitteesEdit

BasketballEdit

National teamsEdit

Club teamsEdit

HandballEdit

Club teamsEdit

FootballEdit

National teamsEdit

Asia

Americas

Europe

Match officialsEdit

Club teamsEdit

And the worlddons

FutsalEdit

Rugby unionEdit

VolleyballEdit

Club teamsEdit

HockeyEdit

Club teamsEdit

Roller in-line hockeyEdit

TambourEdit

DancesportEdit

Club teamsEdit

TV and ShowsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ AFP (10 June 2010). "Business is business, says North Korea's sponsor". Sydney Morning Herald. New South Wales, Australia. Archived from the original on 15 June 2010. Retrieved 15 June 2010.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  2. ^ Saison 2013/14 : Voici à quoi pourraient ressembler les maillots, Arles-Avignon.com

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