Borussia Dortmund have extended their deal with kit manufacturers PUMA until 2028, with the two organisations keen to continue their success together.
Dortmund first struck a deal with PUMA back in 2012, and they have since gone on to re-establish themselves as one of the finest sides in Europe.
"For a long time, PUMA has not only been the supplier and sponsor of BVB, but also a significant shareholder of our club, demonstrating the tremendous identification of PUMA and its employees around the world," said club chairman Hans-Joachim Watzke.
"Our partnership has grown and goes well beyond a normal business relationship. We would like to add another chapter to our common success story in the coming years."
"[It is] almost logical that we are going together into the future. Borussia Dortmund and PUMA share the same philosophy of intense football and emotional fan experience," he added.
"PUMA is one of the most creative and dynamic sporting goods brands on the globe And yet we have remained very familiar, and we are proud that both such positively charged companies will continue to shine in the future."