Swansea City Football Club has signed a 'long standing commercial agreement' with adidas ahead of the Welsh side’s first season in the Barclays Premier League.
The deal, which will see adidas become the new technical partner and supplier of all kit and training wear, reunites the two parties with the Swans donning adidas in 1984 on their way to the then First Division under John Toshack.
City's vice-chairman Leigh Dineen said: "We are delighted to team up with adidas at such an exciting time in the club's history.
"Adidas are renowned for the design and quality of their sportswear and, after the plaudits we've received this season for our style of football, we believe it's the perfect match.
"It's ironic that the season we return to the top flight we are back with adidas for the first time since the club made their dramatic rise from the old Fourth Division to the top of the First.
"They are a global brand leader with a reputation for quality - and that's where we want to be as a club for many years to come.''
Adidas take over from Umbro who supplied the Swans for the last two campaigns.