History
1997 - Cameroon Signs
31 Dec 1997
PUMA signs Cameroon. 
1997 - Cameroon Signs
1997 - Cameroon Signs
1999 - Egypt Signs
30 Dec 1999
PUMA signs Egypt.
1999 - Egypt Signs
1999 - Egypt Signs
1999 - Sam Eto'o Signs
31 Dec 1999
PUMA signs Cameroon player, Samuel Eto'o.
1999 - Sam Eto'o Signs
1999 - Sam Eto'o Signs
2000 - Cameroon Wins ACN
29 Dec 2000
Cameroon wins the Africa Cup of Nations.
2000 - Cameroon Wins ACN
2000 - Cameroon Wins ACN
2000 - Cameroon Gold
30 Dec 2000
Cameroon wins Gold in the Olympic Games.
2000 - Cameroon Gold
2000 - Cameroon Gold
2000 - Eto Young Player of Year
31 Dec 2000
Samuel Eto'o is voted the Confederation of African Football's 'Young African Player of the Year'.
2000 - Eto Young  Player of Year
2000 - Eto Young  Player of Year
2002 - Tunisia Signs
30 Dec 2002
PUMA signs Tunisia.
2002 - Tunisia Signs
2002 - Tunisia Signs
2002 - Sleeveless Shirts
31 Dec 2002
Cameroon wins the Africa Cup of Nations in sleeveless shirts. The kits are subsequently banned, prompting PUMA to add black sleeves to their jerseys. 
2002 - Sleeveless Shirts
2002 - Sleeveless Shirts
2002 - Sleeveless Shirts
2002 - Sleeveless Shirts
2002 - Sleeveless Shirts
2002 - Sleeveless Shirts
2002 - Sleeveless Shirts
2002 - Sleeveless Shirts
2003 - Samuel Eto'o Player of Year
01 Nov 2003
Samuel Eto'o is voted the Confederation of African Football's 'African Player of the Year'.
2003 - Samuel Eto'o Player of Year
2003 - Samuel Eto'o Player of Year
2004 - OnePiece UniQT
29 Jan 2004
Together with Cameroon, the revolutionary one-piece UniQT kit is introduced at the Africa Cup of Nations.
2004 - OnePiece UniQT
2004 - OnePiece UniQT
2004 - OnePiece UniQT
2004 - OnePiece UniQT
2004 - OnePiece UniQT
2004 - OnePiece UniQT
2004 - Eto Player of Year
01 Dec 2004
Samuel Eto'o is voted the Confederation of African Football's 'African Player of the Year'.
2004 - Eto Player of Year
2004 - Eto Player of Year
2002 - Mozambique.
28 Dec 2004
PUMA signs Mozambique.
2002 - Mozambique.
2002 - Mozambique.
2004 - Tunisia ACN
30 Dec 2004
PUMA team Tunisia wins Africa Cup of Nations, ahead of fellow participating PUMA teams Cameroon and Egypt.
2004 - Tunisia ACN
2004 - Tunisia ACN
2004 - Tunisia ACN
2004 - Tunisia ACN
2005 - Ivory Coast, Senegal, Togo
29 Dec 2005
PUMA signs Ivory Coast, Senegal, and Togo.
2005 - Ivory Coast, Senegal, Togo
2005 - Ivory Coast, Senegal, Togo
2005 - Ivory Coast, Senegal, Togo
2005 - Ivory Coast, Senegal, Togo
2005 - Ivory Coast, Senegal, Togo
2005 - Ivory Coast, Senegal, Togo
2005 - United For Africa Partnership
30 Dec 2005
PUMA enters into partnership with United for Africa, a campaign of over 30 aid organizations aiming to improve living conditions in Africa.
2005 - United For Africa Partnership
2005 - United For Africa Partnership
2005 - Eto Player Of The Year
31 Dec 2005
Samuel Eto'o is voted the Confederation of African Football's  'African Player of the Year'.
2005 - Eto Player Of The Year
2005 - Eto Player Of The Year
2006 - Angola and Ghana
27 Dec 2006
PUMA signs Angola and Ghana.
2006 - Angola and Ghana
2006 - Angola and Ghana
2006 - Angola and Ghana
2006 - Angola and Ghana
2006 - Egypt wins ACN
28 Dec 2006
PUMA team Egypt wins Africa Cup of Nations. Other PUMA teams participating: Angola, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Togo and Tunisia.
2006 - Egypt wins ACN
2006 - Egypt wins ACN
2006 - Emmanuel Eboue
29 Dec 2006
PUMA signs Ivory Coast player, Emmanuel Eboue.
2006 - Emmanuel Eboue
2006 - Emmanuel Eboue
2006 - v1.06 Concept
30 Dec 2006
PUMA launches the v1.06 concept with an African inspired global marketing campaign.
2006 - v1.06 Concept
2006 - v1.06 Concept
2006 - World Cup Sponsored Teams
31 Dec 2006
All African participants at the World Cup, Angola, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Togo and Tunisia, were sponsored by PUMA.
2006 - World Cup Sponsored Teams
2006 - World Cup Sponsored Teams
2006 - World Cup Sponsored Teams
2006 - World Cup Sponsored Teams
2006 - World Cup Sponsored Teams
2006 - World Cup Sponsored Teams
2006 - World Cup Sponsored Teams
2006 - World Cup Sponsored Teams
2006 - World Cup Sponsored Teams
2006 - World Cup Sponsored Teams
2007 - Morocco and Namibia
30 Dec 2007
A new partnership is signed with Morocco. PUMA signs Namibia.
2007 - Morocco and Namibia
2007 - Morocco and Namibia
2007 - Morocco and Namibia
2007 - Morocco and Namibia
2007 - Peace One Day Partnership
31 Dec 2007
PUMA begins a long-term partnership with Peace One Day, an organization that declares September 21st an annual day of global ceasefire and non-violence.
2007 - Peace One Day Partnership
2007 - Peace One Day Partnership
2008 - ACN Leading Supplier
27 Dec 2008
PUMA is the leading supplier of the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations, outfitting nine of the sixteen teams. Egypt wins - the fifth time a PUMA Team wins the title.
2008 - ACN Leading Supplier
2008 - ACN Leading Supplier
2008 - Puma.Peace International Day of Peace
28 Dec 2008
PUMA.Peace and the global organization Peace One Day celebrates the "International Day of Peace" on September 21st.
2008 - Puma.Peace International Day of Peace
2008 - Puma.Peace International Day of Peace
2008 - Puma.Peace International Day of Peace
2008 - Puma.Peace International Day of Peace
2008 - Puma.Peace International Day of Peace
2008 - Puma.Peace International Day of Peace
2008 - 150K African Cotton
29 Dec 2008
PUMA produces 150,000 pieces using African cotton to support local farmers.
2008 - 150K African Cotton
2008 - 150K African Cotton
2008 - Fair Trade Footballs
30 Dec 2008
PUMA introduces Fair Trade certified footballs to endorse a campaign focusing on the prevention of juvenile delinquency in South Africa.
2008 - Fair Trade Footballs
2008 - Fair Trade Footballs
2008 - Mobility Award Program
31 Dec 2008
The launch of PUMA.Creative Mobility Award program sends over 220 artists and art professionals to important African cultural events.
2008 - Mobility Award Program
2008 - Mobility Award Program
2009 - Creative African Network
26 Dec 2009

PUMA.Creative launches a social network for African artists, Creative African Network. To learn more visit creativeafricanetwork.com.

2009 - Creative African Network
2009 - Creative African Network
2009 - Zeitz Foundation
27 Dec 2009
PUMA CEO, Jochen Zeitz announces the Zeitz Foundation – an intercultural ecosphere safety foundation in Kenya.
2009 - Zeitz Foundation
2009 - Zeitz Foundation
2009 - Peace One Day
28 Dec 2009
PUMA and Peace One Day host "One Day One Goal" football matches in all 192 UN member states, including 52 countries in Africa.
2009 - Peace One Day
2009 - Peace One Day
2009 - Peace One Day
2009 - Peace One Day
2009 - 1 Million African Cotton
30 Dec 2009
PUMA produces 1 million pieces using African cotton, supporting local farmers.
2009 - 1 Million African Cotton
2009 - 1 Million African Cotton
2009 - v1.10 Product
31 Dec 2009
PUMA launches the v1.10 product line inspired by African football. It is supported by the Love = Football campaign set in Africa and features African football stars such as Samuel Eto'o, Emmanuel Eboue, John Mensah and Chinedou Obasi.
2009 - v1.10 Product
2009 - v1.10 Product
2009 - v1.10 Product
2009 - v1.10 Product
2010 - Official Fan Supplier
05 Jan 2010
PUMA becomes an Official Partner of the Orange Africa Cup of Nations as the Official Fan Supplier.
2010 - Official Fan Supplier
2010 - Official Fan Supplier
2010 - Egypt wins Africa Cup of Nations
19 Mar 2010
PUMA team Egypt wins Africa Cup of Nations. Other PUMA teams participating: Angola, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Mozambique, Togo and Tunisia.
2010 - Egypt wins Africa Cup of Nations
2010 - Egypt wins Africa Cup of Nations
2010 - Play for Life
31 Mar 2010
The spirit of unity is at the heart of Africa and PUMA Football. That's why our 'Play for Life' partnership with UNEP will support the 2010 International Year of Biodiversity. We're committed to raise awareness about habitat and species conservation during worldwide football events and beyond.
2010 - Play for Life
2010 - Play for Life