Results for: Israel Football Association

Update

Rather than abiding by its stated commitment to human rights and ending all activity in illegal Israeli settlements, Puma has repeatedly attempted to distance itself or justify its actions.

In the News

Following engagement with local Palestinian rights supporters over Puma's support for illegal Israeli settlements, UK Championship League club Luton Town FC drops Puma.

Action Alert
Take action now to urge top football player Raheem Sterling to refuse Puma's offer as long as Puma continues to support Israel's racist apartheid policies oppressing Palestinians.
Action Alert
Ahead of Puma shareholders meeting, help ensure ending Puma’s support for Israel’s illegal military occupation making Palestinian families even more vulnerable at a time of global pandemic is on the agenda.
Action Alert

Take action to tell Puma to stop profiting from illegal Israeli settlements making the lives of Palestinian families miserable.

Action Alert

https://bdsmovement.net/puma-agmJoin Third #BoycottPuma Global Day of Action on May 4 to remind Puma shareholders that complicity in Israel's illegal settlements is immoral and makes Palestinian families even more vulnerable at a time of global pandemic.

Update

Puma sponsors the Israel Football Association (IFA), which includes settlement teams, and Puma’s exclusive licensee in Israel, Delta Galil is listed in the United Nations database of settlement companies.

In the News

Activists delivered letter from more than 200 Palestinian sports teams urging PUMA to end its support for illegal Israeli settlements by terminating its sponsorship of the Israel Football Association. 

November 14, 2019
Update

November 11, 2019—The Argentina and Uruguay national football teams have confirmed a friendly match in Israel on November 18.

Update

Supporters of Palestinian human rights and sports fans in 20 countries called on Puma to end support for Israel's military occupation.