Napoli’s new 2015/16 season kits will be made by Kappa after the Partenopei inked a deal with the latter to replace Macron as the club’s official kit partners. The deal, for a period of five years, is apparently worth 8 million euros a season.
The deal sees Napoli return to Kappa after a gap of nine years. Kappa last outfitted the team in the 2005-06 season, following which the Naples side had partnerships with Diadora and Macron.
The deal is a big one for Kappa, which recently lost Sampdoria to Joma. Kappa will also allegedly be Leeds United’s new kit suppliers next season. Leeds, like Napoli, wore Macron in the 2014/15 season.