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Hummel International

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Hummel International is a sportswear company based in Denmark. The firm was started in 1923 by the Messmer family in the town of Hamburg, Germany. It currently manufactures apparel for football, futsal, handball, basketball, rugby league, Australian football, shinty and volleyball. The company also produces footwear for football and handball.

The company has manufactured kit for a variety of sports teams and was the official sponsor of the Danish national football team, Hummel International has recently gained international recognition after the Danish national football team played in the 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifiers for a third time since 1986 (however, Adidas now sponsors Denmark as kit providers) and Cricket South Africa.

Club teams which have worn the Hummel brand include Vejle Boldklub, AGF and AC Horsens from the Danish football leagues, clubs such as RC Strasbourg, St Mirren and Polonia Warsaw from outside Denmark as well as the North Queensland Cowboys of the Australian NRL and shinty clubs Newtonmore and Skye Camanachd.

The Hummel logo is a stylized bumble bee, as Hummel is German for bumble bee.}}#invo

Contents

  • Sponsorships 1
    • Basketball 1.1
    • Association football 1.2
      • National teams 1.2.1
      • Club teams 1.2.2
        • Asia 1.2.2.1
        • Europe 1.2.2.2
    • Futsal 1.3
    • Icehockey 1.4
    • Handball 1.5
      • National teams 1.5.1
        • Europe 1.5.1.1
    • Shinty 1.6
    • Karate 1.7
    • Volleyball 1.8
    • Unihockey 1.9
  • References 2

Sponsorships

The following teams wear uniforms and apparel manufactured by Hummel:

Basketball

Association football

National teams

Club teams

Asia
Europe

Futsal

Icehockey

Handball

National teams

Europe

Shinty

Karate

Volleyball

Unihockey

References

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