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Erreà

Errea Sport S.p.A.
Private
Industry Sports equipment
Founded 1988
Headquarters Torrile, Parma, Italy
Area served
Worldwide
Products Clothing, athletic shoes
Website www.errea.it

Erreà (pronounced ) is an Italian sports equipment company (association football, volleyball, basketball, rugby, fitness, running, underwear and leisurewear) supplier founded in Torrile, Italy in 1988. Erreà was the first Italian sportswear company to be accredited with the Oeko-tex standard certification, which assures that garments textiles are free from harmful chemicals.

Contents

  • Background 1
  • Team sponsorships 2
    • Basketball 2.1
      • National teams 2.1.1
      • Club teams 2.1.2
    • Football 2.2
      • National teams 2.2.1
      • Club teams 2.2.2
        • Africa 2.2.2.1
        • Asia 2.2.2.2
        • Europe 2.2.2.3
        • Oceania 2.2.2.4
        • South America 2.2.2.5
        • Ladies's teams 2.2.2.6
      • Leagues 2.2.3
    • Charity's teams and Events 2.3
    • Players 2.4
    • Futsal 2.5
    • Handball 2.6
      • Club teams 2.6.1
    • Rugby league 2.7
      • Club teams 2.7.1
    • Rugby union 2.8
      • National teams 2.8.1
      • Club teams 2.8.2
    • Volleyball 2.9
      • National teams 2.9.1
      • Club teams 2.9.2
    • Others Sports Associations 2.10
    • Beach soccer 2.11
      • National teams 2.11.1
    • Floorball 2.12
    • Commonwealth Games 2.13
    • Olympic committees 2.14
    • Formula One Teams 2.15
    • Universities 2.16
    • American football 2.17
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Background

Established in 1988, Erreà's world headquarters are in San Polo di Torrile, just outside Parma. It was founded by Angelo Gandolfi, who remains president today.

Erreà is involved in a number of sports including football, volleyball, basketball, rugby union, rugby league, handball and baseball. Its current Serie A partners are Parma F.C., Atalanta B.C. and Delfino Pescara 1936.[1]

Erreà entered the English football market in 1994, signing a deal with then Premier League side Middlesbrough that lasted for many years.[2] The company's only other exposure to a Premier League audience began in 2011 when a deal was signed to supply Norwich City with equipment.[3]

It celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2013 with the presentation of its key footballing clients' shirts for the next season.[4] Parma, Atalanta, Norwich City, Brighton, Blackpool, Rayo Vallecano, Numancia, Alcorcón, ADO Den Haag and Nantes were the teams represented.[5]

Team sponsorships

The following teams have worn kit manufactured by Erreà:

Basketball

National teams

Club teams

Football

Erreà supplies official playing kit for the following national teams, clubs and leagues:

National teams

Club teams

Africa
Asia
Europe
Oceania
South America
Ladies's teams

Leagues

Charity's teams and Events

Players

Futsal

Handball

Club teams

Rugby league

Club teams

Rugby union

National teams

Club teams

Volleyball

National teams

Club teams

Others Sports Associations

Beach soccer

National teams

  • UAE (2010-2014)

Floorball

Commonwealth Games

Olympic committees

Formula One Teams

  • Manor F1 Team (2015-present)

Universities

American football

See also

Excludes articles found in Category:Sporting goods manufacturers of Italy.

References

  1. ^ "Erreà Press :: sponsorship". Erreapress.it. Retrieved 2012-11-09. 
  2. ^ "Brief History of Football Kit Design - Historical Football Kits". Historicalkits.co.uk. Retrieved 2012-11-09. 
  3. ^ "Norwich City launch new Errea Premier League kit with Italian football spoof".  
  4. ^ "Prosegue La Festa Di Erreà Al Regio: Presentate Le Maglie Dei Club Stranieri" [Errea anniversary celebration continues: foreign club shirts presented]. FCParma.com.  
  5. ^ "Festeggiati Ieri Sera Al Teatro Regio I 25 Anni Di Storia Di Errea'. Tanti Ospiti E Amici Uniti Per Celebrare Un Anniversario Speciale!". Erreà (in Italian). 2013-05-30. Archived from the original on 2013-06-11. 
  6. ^ http://www.blackpoolfc.co.uk/news/article/seasiders-announce-new-kit-deal-800530.aspx
  7. ^ "Errea to make new MK Dons kits from next season". citiblogmk.co.uk (Cityblog MK). 22 April 2015. 
  8. ^ "Port Vale sign new kit deal with Errea". StokeSentinel.co.uk ( 
  9. ^ "Errea Revealed As New Kit Supplier". Rochdale A.F.C. (Rochdale A.F.C.). 25 April 2015. 
  10. ^ http://www.tuttocesena.it/?action=read&idnotizia=10054
  11. ^ http://www.tuttocesenaweb.it/societa/rescisso-il-contratto-con-errea-il-cesena-tornera-a-vestire-lotto-13083
  12. ^ "Parma". Colours-of-football.com. Retrieved 2012-09-05. 
  13. ^ "Parma 2". Colours-of-football.com. Retrieved 2012-09-05. 
  14. ^ "Le nuove maglie del Parma presentate tra i tifosi a Ravadese" [The new Parma shirts presented to fans in Ravadese]. 10 July 2011. 
  15. ^ "Serie D: Federation Choose Parma Calcio 1913". 28 July 2015. 
  16. ^ http://www.salernoinprima.it/rubriche/quelli-dellarechi/4941-maglie-e-sponsor-una-carrellata-infinita.html
  17. ^ http://www.errea.it/it/news/calcio/errea-rinnova-la-partnership-tecnica-con-l-ado-den-haag.html
  18. ^ [2]
  19. ^ http://www.errea.it/it/news/calcio/errea-e-il-nuovo-partner-tecnico-ufficiale-del-jagiellonia-bialystok-1.html
  20. ^ http://www.errea.it/it/news/calcio/errea-e-il-nuovo-sponsor-tecnico-del-boavista-fc.html
  21. ^ http://www.errea.it/it/news/calcio/errea-e-il-nuovo-sponsor-tecnico-del-parana-club.html
  22. ^ WSL 2013
  23. ^ Lincoln reach their pinnacle
  24. ^ "Erreá Svensk Innebandys nya klädsponsor – här är VM-tröjan" (in Swedish). Svensk Innebandy. Retrieved 2012-10-25. 
  25. ^ http://www.panthers.it/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=846&Itemid=4&lang=english

External links

  • Global official site
  • English official site
  • Erreà USA
  • Colours of football
  • Historical Football Kits
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