Nike Tops Adidas, Puma in World Cup Jersey Fight
When the World Cup kicks off in Brazil, eight different companies will provide jerseys to the 32 participating nations. Nike is the leading supplier of jerseys, sponsoring 10 World Cup teams this year – more than it ever has before and one more than rival Adidas. But Adidas leads in overall soccer revenue – $2.4 billion in 2013 compared to Nike's $1.9 billion, according to figures provided by Nike and Peter Rohlmann, a marketing consultant based in Rheine, Germany.
Published June 11, 2014
Source: FIFA, Bloomberg data
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