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JAKO extend Energie Cottbus contract until 2023!

The German kit supplier continues to stand by the traditional club from Lusatia! Together with FC Energie Cottbus, JAKO have extended their partnership for another three years until 2023. Cottbus has been playing and training in JAKO since 2017.

“We are also in a difficult sporting time at FC Energie Cottbus,” says Christoph Rohmer, JAKO marketing department manager Sponsorship. “Despite the bitter relegation on the last day of the previous season, there was no question that we wanted to extend the equipment partnership. During our talks, we quickly found that this appreciation is mutual. Now we are looking forward to another three years with FC Energie and hope that the regional league team can continue their winning streak in the second half of the season.”

FC Energie president Matthias Auth said, “Two and a half years ago we started a new partnership with JAKO with a new edition of the traditional Energie jersey from the successful year 1997. It was all the better to see that this year of the game could also be crowned with promotion as a club. Regardless of the bitter relegation from the 3rd league that followed, in discussions with JAKO we immediately felt that both parties were extremely satisfied and interested in further cooperation. We are glad that this is now also documented with the continuation of the cooperation until 2023. The quality and appearance of our jerseys and teamwear also speaks for itself.”

Fans of FC Energie Cottbus can look forward to an individual home jersey in the future that JAKO will design in close cooperation with the club. JAKO will continue to equip all of the club’s teams, from juniors to professionals, with customized play, training and casual clothing.

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