Arsenal has signed an extension of its technical partnership with Adidas, which will continue as the team's equipment supplier until 2030. That's before we begin to consider how that agreement was sanctioned and the morality of paying millions to a Western football club when the country has high levels of poverty and poorly funded infrastructure. With the three-year agreement, Arsenal intends to increase its fan base in the country and, at the same time, increase the popularity of Ganzberg, who not only has access to the club's brand in all its assets, but also works with the club to offer annual training clinics in the region. Without trophies, subpar and uninspiring performances, and without European football for the first time in almost a quarter of a century, Arsenal is as normal as it has been in recent times.
Arsenal's home stadium is the Emirates Stadium, which has a capacity of more than 60,000 spectators and is one of the largest and most modern football stadiums in England. Arsenal coaches, for their part, are required to conduct football clinics in Estonia for the country's under-19 women's team. With this agreement, Ball becomes Arsenal Football Club's official sustainable aluminum beverage packaging partner.