New Corinthians 2013 Nike Shirts Launched

New Corinthians 2013 Nike Shirts Launched

New Corinthians 2013 Nike Shirts Launched

Corinthians announced on Tuesday the Caixa Econômica Federal as the main sponsor of their uniforms till the end of 2013 with priority for renewal by the end of 2014. The club will receive R$30 million (a little bit more than £9 million) annually.

The amount will be paid monthly by Caixa: R$ 2.5 million, the agreement also celebrates action plans involving bank cards to supporters of Corinthians and the payroll of the club will also be paid by Caixa.

It will be the biggest shirt sponsorship of Brazilian football. Palmeiras, Sao Paulo and Santos earn, respectively, R$ 25 million, R$ 23 million and R$ 20 million per year with Kia, Semp Toshiba and BMG for their deals.

The Corinthians plans to debut the new jersey on Saturday in the derby against Santos FC. The new uniform will be worn by the team also in the Club World Cup in December. For this tournament, there is the possibility of Nike, the sportive club supplier, presenting a new model shirt too.

CEF will join Fisk (R$ 10 million annually by the bar’s shirt) and TIM (R$2 million per year for the announcement of the uniform number).

Before closing the sponsorship with Corinthians, Caixa asked the club to question FIFA to know if the brand could be on the shirt for the Club World Cup. The positive response encouraged the bank to try and seal the deal at the end of last week. FIFA requires teams to use only the sponsor of their season in the tournament. But, as the Corinthians had not fixed advertising in 2012, the Caixa was allowed to be on the kit for tournament in Japan.

Article by Saulo Novaes, our Brazilian reporter.

Posted on November 21, 2012

Comments on “New Corinthians 2013 Nike Shirts Launched”

  1. Alexandre Campos

    the biggest team from brazil!

  2. Changeme

    @5 – There is nothing wrong with these. I bet you thought the England shirts were fantastic when they appeared?

  3. Dave Taylor

    wishes foreign football shirts weren’t as expensive as british shirts. Would love any of them ones.

  4. Mr.Robson

    A lot of thought went into the making of those kits

  5. Francisco

    Batista, you haven’t seen this templates before.
    this templatea are inspired in the shape of state of São Paulo, Brazil

  6. CWR

    The black and white shirts remind me of the All Whites’ home and away kits…

  7. Batista

    Hmm..I’ve seen these templates before. I think clubs(under Nike) in J-League.

  8. Rooney Is Sooooooo Ugly

    grey shirt is lovely . other 2 are typical nike – cheap and tacky looking

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