PUMA News Archive
The anticipation is over, the first ball has been kicked, and the home nation provided their fans with a familiar blend of joy and frustration in their opening fixture against Tonga, which will no doubt lead New Zealanders to wonder whether they really do have what it takes to regain the trophy they have not held since the competition’s inaugural year in 1987.
The weekend’s first Pool games bore witness to some incredible rugby and more than a few scares for the top nations, suggesting an ever-narrowing gap between the best and the rest on the biggest stage of them all. Here is our round up of the best of the action.
PUMA’s Victor Matfield or “Big Vic” as we like to call him, is the irrepressible Springbok lock, big game player and all round rugby legend. You may ask why we are lavishing such superlatives on this star of South African rugby? The reason is simple: Victor is AWESOME and there’s a certain tournament in New Zealand about to begin!
PUMA will be well represented on the Rugby field with a whole host of stars wearing our gear!
With the World Cup getting closer all the time, the August internationals offered players the last chance to impress before their coaches decide who will be making the flight to New Zealand.
Here’s our exclusive round-up of the top clashes featuring a host of PUMA’s biggest rugby stars!
Yesterday evening saw 2006 World Champions Italy take on current World Champions Spain in an exhilarating encounter in Bari. PUMA Football stars Ginaluigi Buffon and Giorgio Chiellini starting for an Azzurri team looking to bounce back from a 2-0 loss to Ireland back in June.
PUMA Football caught up with South Africa captain, Steven Pienaar to ask him some questions about his career.
We’re delighted to announce a long term endorsement agreement with Steven Pienaar. Having launched a technical partnership with the South African Football Association last month in Johannesburg, we’re pleased to add the South African captain to our growing list of player endorsements.
PUMA is delighted to announce that it has entered into a new partnership with the South African Football Association to become the official technical supplier to the SAFA. Starting immediately and lasting beyond the next two FIFA World Cups, PUMA will provide the official playing kits for all South African teams including the National ‘A’, Youth and Women’s teams.