AS Monaco are one of the big spenders in world football. With the arrival of Abidal, Falcao, Carvalho and others, the white and red are back in european and global football. With Macron as kit manufacturer until the end of 2013-2014 season, we can fairly expect the likes of adidas, Nike or Puma to make a move.
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Olympique Lyonnais launched their 3rd 3D kit back in April. adidas and OL had a brilliant idea to engage their fans and give them an unforgettable experience with the whole squad.
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Global clubs are always looking for innovative ways for their 3rd kits. Olympique Lyonnais went the 3D route, Olympique de Marseille have chosen the “made in Marseille” option with a 3rd kit created by adidas with the help of Akhenaton, a Marseille rapper.
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Next season Olympique Lyonnais 3rd kit will be 3D (yeah, 3 dimensional). The OL 3rd kit has been traditionally used for european competitions, and next season 3rd kit will get a strong attention.
The arrival of Qatar investment authority as the club’s new owners has allowed the Parisian club to find its colours in terms of marketing the brand. The only problem is that the capital club had not anticipated such enthusiasm and now finds itself a victim of its own success.
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The most appealing (and lucrative) football clubs competition is a platform sponsors look at carefully to communicate and reach out to fans. But how many clubs feature the same sponsor for the domestic league and Champions League? A SPORT + MARKT survey gives you the answer.