In less than four years, coordinated action across the world has caused PUMA to loose £millions worth of lucrative sports contracts, and led to tens of thousands of people of conscience boycotting its products.
Despite this, Puma continues to ignore hundreds of Palestinian sports teams, and maintains its unethical sponsorship of the Israel Football Association, lending legitimacy to Israel’s ongoing dispossession of the Palestinian population.
Until Puma stops severs its relationship with the IFA, we’ll keep up the pressure, and continue to grow our campaign to make 2022 the year PUMA ends its partnership with Israeli apartheid.
On Saturday September 10th 2022, join campaigners across the world in taking an action at a Puma store or stockist!
List of actions (more tbc):
Birmingham: 1 New Street, Birmingham, B2 4RF. 12pm-2pm.
Brighton: Assemble 12 noon, Clock Tower, for protests outside local Puma stockists
Bristol, Sports Direct, Broadmead, 2pm
Exeter: Bedford Square, 11am-1pm
Hull: Meeting 11:30 in front of the rail station, leaflet near Sports Direct
Kingston: JD Sports, 20 Church Street 12pm-2pm
Liverpool: Bottom of Church Street outside HSBC, 12noon
London (Central), Puma Store on Carnaby Street, W1F 9QE, 12pm-2pm.
Luton: Meet outside HSBC, George Street. 12pm-2pm
Nottingham: Sports Direct, Clumber Street, 11am
Plymouth: Sports Direct on New George St Plymouth, 11am-1pm
Slough: Meet at PUMA stockist J D Sports, High Street, Slough (corner of The Observatory Shopping Centre). 12pm-2pm.
Southampton: Near Sports Direct, City Centre, 11am-1pm
Worthing: 12 noon till 1.30pm, outside Sports Direct and JD Sports
Saturday 17th September
Newcastle: 12 – 2pm outside Sports Direct, Northumberland Street
Newport: John Frost Square, 11am