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On Sunday 28 May, the LFP and Kipsta, Decathlon's football brand, unveiled the official 2023-2024 balls for the Ligue 1 Uber Eats and the Ligue 2 BKT at the Trophées UNFP awards ceremony. The balls feature the same construction as the 2022-2023 balls. They once again have 12 thermobonded panels designed specifically for these balls and ensuring excellent flight quality. New for this year are graphics inspired by the sounds of football and by the French hills and mountains.
Kipsta is the Decathlon group brand for all team sports, and it's been specialising in designing football products since 2016. Based in the north of France, the brand has set itself the task of durably improving the daily life of all footballers. Kipsta is committed to excellence, providing its users with high-performance products, including at the highest level and at the most affordable price possible.
Decathlon is a leading sports company with two arms to its business: creating innovative sports products and services, and retailing them online and in stores. With 325 points of sale in France and 1751 throughout the rest of the world, Decathlon and its 105 000 team members have been working since 1976 to innovate in every field so that the company remains the go-to partner for sportspeople doing any activity.
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The LFP (French Professional Football League) is the governing body for French professional football. In this capacity, the LFP organises and manages five competitions: the Ligue 1 Uber Eats®, the Ligue 2 BKT®, the Trophée des Champions®, the EA Ligue 1 Games® and the eLigue1 Uber Eats®. The LFP finances all deals and actions that are likely to build professional football's resources and promote the sport. The LFP is the leading organiser of live entertainment in France, with more than 800 matches per season and over 10.4 million spectators (7.9 million for the Ligue 1 Uber Eats® and 2.5 million for the Ligue 2 BKT®). The Ligue 1 Uber Eats® is broadcast by 63 broadcasters in 218 territories and 47 languages. French professional football is the number one sports product consumed by the media and has a strong geographical presence in the heart of 40 of the 50 largest French cities. 80% of the French population lives less than 50 km from a Ligue 1 Uber Eats® or a Ligue 2 BKT® stadium.