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Kelmė is a city in northwestern Lithuania, a historical region of Samogitia. It has a population of 9,150 and is the administrative center of the Kelmė district municipality.


Kelme may refer to:

  • Kelmė, a town in Lithuania
  • Kelme (company), a Spanish firm that creates sport shoes and apparel
  • Kelme (cycling team), a professional cycling team sponsored by the Spanish firm, active from 1980 to 2006
Kelme (company)

New Millenium Sports, S.L., trading as Kelme , is a Spanish sportswear company that creates and produces apparel and shoes. It was founded in 1977 by Diego and José Quiles and its products are destined for football, futsal, basketball, running and tennis market.

Kelme is headquartered in Elche ( Alicante), Spain, but has other offices worldwide including a United States Division in Conover, North Carolina.

Kelme sponsored a professional cycling team, together with the Valencian government.

Their products are endorsed by high-profile players such as David James, Josemi and Paul Kelly, and others. Their football boots are made to provide established power, swerve, accuracy and durability. Daniel González Güiza wears the Kelme Masters for RCD Mallorca. Real Madrid and RCD Mallorca used to wear kits produced by Kelme.

Kelme (cycling team)

Kelme was a professional cycling team based in Spain.