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Fecafoot to sign partnership agreement with French manufacturer Le Coq Sportif on June 7

Fecafoot to sign partnership agreement with French manufacturer Le Coq Sportif on June 7
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(Business in Cameroon) - The Cameroonian football federation (Fecafoot) is signing next June 7 in Montpellier, France, its partnership agreement with French sportswear manufacturer Le cop sportif. The paper will be inked by Fecafoot’s president Seidou Mbombo Njoya, and Patrick Ouyi, sports marketing director at Le coq sportif.

The line of sportswear specially designed by the manufacturer for the Cameroonian national football team will be unveiled during the ceremony. Under this partnership, the Cameroonian national women's football team will also wear le cop sportif next June 10 for the FIFA Women's World Cup, and will thus be the first to wear the outfits designed for Cameroonian players.

This decision to inaugurate the new sportswear line with the women's team is a major first, and reflects the interest and importance that both partners have for women's football,” commented Fecafoot.

Let’s note that the French manufacturer provided outfits for the Cameroon national team between 1982 and 1987.


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