Founded in 1998, Kipsta is a contraction of two French words: KIP for "équipe" (meaning team) and STA for "stade" (meaning stadium) which can be translated as "stadium teams". History: 1998: Kipsta brand founded 2006: brand charter and visual identity created 2006: invention of the basketball ball Tarmak 2008: invention of mini goal The Kage 2008: 1st official TLM season with the Kipsta shirt 2010: invention of the Firstball rugby ball 2011: 1st Kipsta Tour, a touring event to introduce people to team sports 2011: invention of the Easy basketball ball 2011: signature of technical partnership with Jonathan Wisniewski, Top 14 rugby player 2011: Kipsta becomes official supplier for Montepaschi-sponsored "Mens Sana Basket" team in Siena 2012: FIBA approval of the Easy T3 ball 2012: Mickaël Landreau and Gianni Bruno, players in the French professional football League 1, become Kipsta's new technical partners 2013: launch of Agility footwear, worn by professionals 2013: a social network contest gave supporters of the Basketball Club Maritime team in Gravelines Dunkirk an opportunity to design the shirt worn by their team at this high-profile match. 2013: the initiative was repeated for Mickaël Landreau's record number of League 1 matches 2013: after volleyball and basketball-ball, Kipsta expanded into professional rugby, signing with Lille Métropole Rugby 2014: laying the foundations for Kipsta's future global head office.
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