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  • The Rise of African Football

    The Rise of African Football

    March 28, 2011

    We at PUMA believe 2010 will be remembered as the year African football finally came of age.

  • #MatchMonday:  Against The Odds

    #MatchMonday: Against The Odds

    November 15, 2010

    We all love the beautiful game, but what makes it so attractive is the unpredictability of it all.

  • #FootyFriday Asia vs. Africa

    #FootyFriday Asia vs. Africa

    October 01, 2010

    #FootyFriday pits Africa against Asia in a one off match

  • The Africa Unity Experience

    The Africa Unity Experience

    September 24, 2010

    Celebrating 12 Years of the African Football Journey with PUMA

  • Winners of the PUMA Mascot Design Competition

    Winners of the PUMA Mascot Design Competition

    August 25, 2010

    Ahead of the 2010 tournaments, the PUMA Mascot Design competition invited students at selected universities in Cameroon, Cote d'Ivoire, Egypt, Ghana and Tunisia to create a mascot design symbolizing their national team and the perception of football in their country.  The students were inspired by joy, hope, pride, honor, and glory to produce either a sculpture, picture, or painting.  Selecting winners from so many beautiful and inspiring entries was extremely difficult, and we would like to thank all of the fans who shared with us their vision of what their national team means to them, and how to reflect this in a mascot. We are pleased and proud to present the chosen winners for each participating country.

  • Oranje Makes it to Their First Final since 1978

    Oranje Makes it to Their First Final since 1978

    July 06, 2010

    Holland maintains their very-impressive 100% winning-streak in this World Cup, as they beat Uruguay 3-2.

  • La Furia Roja proved to be too tough for the Selecção das Quinas

    La Furia Roja proved to be too tough for the Selecção das Quinas

    June 29, 2010

    It was the battle of Europe. Two of the best teams in the world that just happened to be neighboring countries met in the Iberian Derby, the game deciding who snitches the last spot for the quarterfinals. Some of the best players on the planet knew that a loss meant packing your bags and go home, regardless how talented you are.

  • PUMA City NY: USA vs Ghana Game at the PUMA RED Beer Garden

    PUMA City NY: USA vs Ghana Game at the PUMA RED Beer Garden

    June 28, 2010

    If you?re in the NYC area, PUMA City down at the South Street Seaport is one of the great places to catch the World Cup matches. There is World Cup viewing during the day at the PUMA RED Beer Garden, and parties at the PUMA Social Club most nights.

    We headed down to PUMA City on Saturday for the USA vs. Ghana match, and the vuvuzelas were out in force. The United States may have lost, but we still had a good time. It?s time to dust off the shoulders, pick a new favorite team, and show the world what we do best; drink heavily, yell loudly, root for frontrunners, and yes, still call it soccer. Hit the jump to see images from Saturday?s throwdown, and make sure to go check out PUMA City before it?s all over. PUMAcity.com has the full event listing for the space.

  • The First World Champions, Uruguay, are Playing Quarterfinals Once Again

    The First World Champions, Uruguay, are Playing Quarterfinals Once Again

    June 26, 2010

    Headlines usually surround Diego Forlan when talking about Uruguay but today another kid wrote them. Boom. Boom. With two goals (last one incredibly beautiful) Luis Suárez made sure La Celeste did what they have not accomplished since 1970 and advanced to the quarterfinals.