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History

1965

Joma starts manufacturing sport shoe wear with just eight employees.

1969

Joma Sport S.A. is officially set. Joma builds its first 500 sqm. plant and increase its staff up to 20. The first manual assembly line is installed.

1980

The second plant of around 2,000 sqm. is inaugurated. Its staff continues to grow up to 70 employees. Joma acquires two new semiautomatic assembly lines. Joma exhibits for first time in ISPO trade show in Munich.

1987

The new shoe suspension system (CPC Control Press Chamber) is developed. Joma creates a new line of football boots using this technology. On other hand, Joma signs his first two sponsorship contract with Martín Vázquez (Real Madrid football player) and Francisco (Sevilla F. C. football player). In addition, a new third factory is inaugurated, which is currently Joma’s head office. With this new space, Joma counts with 65,000 sqm., three automatic lines and more than 300 employees.

1988

Joma sponsors Emilio Butragueño (Real Madrid football player) and Txiqui Beguiristáin (F.C. Barcelona football player).

1990

The professional athletics team hires José Luis González, world record man of 1500 meters. The footballer Alfonso Pérez joins Joma.

1992

Joma becomes leader in selling football boots. Fermín Cacho achieves Olympic Gold in 1500 meters in the Barcelona Olympic Games. On the very same Olympic Games, Alfonso reaches the Gold Medal with the Football Selection.

1996

Joma opens a subsidiary company in Mexico, in the city of Celaya. It sponsors the local team where Emilio Butragueño plays.

1998

Joma launches its campaign THE COLOUR IN FOOTBALL and shook the world football boot market up. Alfonso wears white boots, Morientes surprises with the red ones.

1999

A subsidiary company in San Diego, USA, is created: Joma USA Inc.

2000

The quality of Joma’s sponsored teams keeps on growing: Sevilla F.C., Costa Rica National Selection and Honduras National Selection join Joma. A subsidiary company in China is created.

2002

Joma opens a subsidiary company in Italy. Costa Rica Football Selection plays in Japan and Korea World Cup. The Deportivo de La Coruña team wins the Copa del Rey (King’s Cup). ONCE cycling team signs with Joma.

2006

Three new subsidiaries companies were created (Joma UK, Joma Latinoamerica in Panama and Joma Brazil) finishing the map of Joma’s subsidiaries around the world. The athlete Juan Carlos de la Ossa wins the first Word Cross Tournament. Seville F.C. is named the best team in the world by the IFFHS after winning two UEFA cups, a Spanish super cup, a European super cup and a Copa del Rey (King’s Cup). Kanouté signs a sponsorship deal with Joma. Joma enters the Leading Brands of Spain Forum. Facilities are changed due to the logistic development of the company. Its storage capacity is increased and the service’s efficacy is improved in terms of quality.

2011

Joma signs a sponsorship deal with Valencia C.F., considered one of the best Spanish Football teams. Joma dominates the equipment market of Spain with more than 50% of market share.

2013

Juani Mieres, best world paddle player, joins Joma.

2014

The Honduras’s Selection plays its second World Cup. Joma’s sponsored ES Setif brings this trademark to its first FIFA Club World Cup. An Order Classification System is integrated into the Toledo logistic centre with a capacity of up to 30,000 units per hour.

2015

Joma Sport and the Spanish Olympic Committee join forces and Joma becomes the sponsor of the main Sport entity in Spain. Furthermore, Joma sponsors the Olympic Committees of Portugal, Mexico, Bulgaria, Moldova, Andorra and Malta in Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games.

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