Manchester United fans can now represent their team on the golf course.
Daily Mail
By Marika Washchyshyn
Friday, January 15, 2016

Red Devil fans rejoice: now you can wear your favorite football team's colors on the golf course thanks to adidas and Manchester United's $1 billion deal.

The global deal, which kicked in this August, has now extended to golf. The series includes limited edition golf balls, shoes and tees with the club's iconic logo.

According to the Daily Mail, the hope is that the soccer club's extensive reach will help boost TaylorMade's profits, which suffered a 26% decline during the second quarter of 2015.

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"We know that there are thousands of golfers on the terraces of Old Trafford each week and around Europe, and to be able to partner with the club to create this range of bespoke merchandise is a fantastic opportunity," said David Silvers, TaylorMade's managing director.

One golf fan you won't see in the Man-U garb? Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney, who is a faithful Nike athlete.

Wayne Rooney of Manchester United takes part in a Players v Coaching Staff golf match at Dunham Massey Golf Club on May 7, 2013 in Manchester, England.
Matthew Peters

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