Because of the non-qualification for the World Cup, the Fennecs have become less attractive.

Algeria and Adidas will terminate their contract for the supply of sports equipment for its national teams. “The Algerian Football Federation is launching a national and international call for tenders open to competition for the choice of an equipment supplier for the supply of sports equipment (clothing and accessories) for its national teams and its members”, indicated the Algerian Football Federation (AFF). The AFF was speaking out and published a call for tenders to find a new equipment supplier.



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Reacting to this announcement, an anonymous author says that “it is because of Cameroon that Algeria lost its contract with Adidas. “It was Adidas who had decided not to renew the contract which will expire in January 2023 after their elimination by Cameroon for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The amount of the contract is 1. 9 million annually signed in 2018. The former management team of the Algerian Football Federation was counting on the qualification of their Fennecs for the World Cup to renegotiate the contract on the rise. “, he explained

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According to him, it is since April that the old and new leaders of the AFF knew that the contract will not be renewed. “So it is because of Cameroon that Algeria lost its contract with Adidas. The Algerian Football Federation (FAF) has launched a call for tenders with three months of expiry of the contract to have enough time to find another equipment supplier before January 2023.

According to information from the DZfoot site, the decision to terminate Adidas’ contract was taken by the new president Charaf-Eddine Amara before the 2022 World Cup play-off against Cameroon.



Unfortunately, with the non-qualification for the World Cup, the Fennecs have become less attractive for brands and the proposals could therefore be lower than expected. Note that the contract with Adidas only expires in January 2023 and that, until then, a new collection inspired by the 1982 jersey should be marketed at the end of September.