The 2010 World Cup is approaching fast to South Africa and will start in less than a year and the quest for a great sport brand to start the most popular football shirts in the race. More and more football teams come to the scene, but there are still 3 names that dominate most of the other – Adidas, Nike and Puma.
At the 2006 World Championship in Germany, Puma was the most represented company in 11 countries, Nike 8 and Adidas 6. Obviously, it depends largely on what international teams can best represent, but this is a surprising result, as Adidas and Nike are the best football maker suppliers.
in the 2006 WC finals, many of the players have moved to the world of football. Russian football shirts are now produced by Adidas after stole them from Nike. Likewise, Mexican jerseys – traditionally one of Nike's strongest selling streaks – Adidas broke it. The German sports brand has also stolen a macho on Puma, sponsoring the National Team of Paraguay.
One of Puma's most important advantages over rivals is its strong relationship with the African countries. The 2006 WC Puma produced shirts from four of the five African countries who qualified Tunisia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, and Togo, and appear to have continued strong contact with Africa after securing Egyptian sponsorship of African nation winners as well as Cameroon and Senegal , who both had a significant impact on WC finals over the past 10 years.
The final sets of WCs in 2010 are still being determined by many countries, a new football shirt for the competition, so this combination and exactly who qualifies it means we can not predict it yet the dominant brand next year.
The highest team, hoping they will be able to reproduce the 2006 success with another World Cup victory. The win in 2006 was Italy for the 4th time in winning the competition.
Although Puma dominated the number of troops at the last World Championships, Adidas was the only top brand that was present in every game as it was sponsored by official sponsors and the world championship.
Germany was also represented in Germany, the only team who refuses to allow players to wear shoes from other manufacturers, so Adidas is on their toes
. certainly started when we started preparing for the World Cup finals, which determines which brand of football sets are the most seen and most likely to be purchased for the next year in the World Cup finals.
One of the most important factors in football shirts sales is the style of shirt printing. In every big race, brands are launching a new printing style that will be used in the next two years. Compared to the unique original style, there is a huge difference in sales volume, especially if there are players in a country like Kaka, Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi. Over the years, we have had some unique experiments, such as Nike's first round in Euro 2004, Puma's small prints at the 2006 World Championships and Adidas's famous three-lane football t-shirt and lettering. You still see what will be the "cool" style in 2010.