The company has, for many years, been one of the two big names in football kit manufacturing across the world. For many years they had created only the Starblaydia national football team kits, but their jump into the international spotlight first came when they were accepted as the Primary Apparel Sponsor for World Cup 25 in Kaze Progressa and Audioslavia. As well as re-vamping the Starblaydi kit range, they also provided the kits, tracksuits and equipment for the tournament's referees. As the number of teams on ediraf's books rose, the company was chosen once again to be the official provider of officals' jerseys for the Casaran Groups and matches as well as the official sportswear provider for World Cup 29, much to the dismay of ediraf's main sportswear rival, JMC, who's home nation Krytenia were also hosting the event. At the start of the centennial World Cup the World Champions, Under-21 Champions and AOCAF Champions were all kitted out in ediraf uniforms.
Many years later, by the time Starblaydia had re-entered the world stage after their hiatus, ediraf only provided kits for two nations: Starblaydia and San Adriano. JMC then also returned to the international realm for World Cup 38, and the Solenial company Siko sprang up. The international market had become dominated by JMC in a monopoly confined only to the western side of the Bekk Lake of Atlantian Oceania.
Now, however, ediraf have put themselves firmly back on the world stage. After a well-received design for World Cup 38, they created a new range of kits - called Generation Four for World Cup 41 and beyond. Using a new breathable hybrid material known as CoolClimate, which absorbs sweat on the interior, transpirates it to the exterior of the material and allows it to dry. Furthermore, the material allows air in, keeping the player at a regulated body temperature even in the muggiest and warmest of matches. ediraf quickly expanded operations to over thirty national teams and look set to remain at the forefront of kit design for many years to come.
The company also made history as the first Starblaydi corporation to be listed on Mandragora's industrial average, the PAX800. It was added to the average on 11th March 2010.
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