Welcome Nike Europe Partners
We believe diversity and inclusion drives innovation. In alignment with this approach, Nike prefers a base of suppliers that actively and significantly support our business requirements.
On this page you can find information about the Nike Europe’s billing process and frequently asked questions (FAQ).
Invoicing to Nike
Nike bill-to and postal address tool
Please use below widget to identify the correct ‘bill-to’ address, invoice postal address and Nike Finance Helpdesk contact information for Nike Europe. Navigate through the questions using the unique Nike company code which can be found on the purchase order that you received from Nike.
Details required on the invoice
To ensure timely payment, please include the following when submitting an invoice (please note: the below list is a standard overview, different requirements may apply by country) in doubt, please contact us via the Nike Finance Helpdesk.
Purchase order (PO) number
The word “Invoice” (or in local language)
Billed Nike entity name
Billed Nike address
Billed Nike VAT amount
Nike VAT Number
Vendor VAT number
Vendor bank account details
Product/service description (matching PO line description)
Depending on local country legislation Nike can accept only hardcopy invoices or also softcopy invoices. The above invoicing widget tool will tell you for the Nike entity you are invoicing what type of document is required (hardcopy or softcopy).
Submitting Softcopy invoices:
Please adhere to the following guidelines for invoice submission by email for Nike Europe: Only .PDF and .TIF file formats can be accepted. In doubt, please check the widget or contact us via Nike Finance Helpdesk.
Send a new email for each new invoice
Only one invoice per attachment
10MB maximum email size
Embedded emails and zipped files cannot be attached
Only include critical information on the actual invoice attachment and not in the body of the email
To avoid duplication please do not submit invoices more than once
To ensure timely payment, please include the required information when submitting an invoice (see sample invoice)
Submitting Hardcopy invoices:
Please submit your hardcopy invoice via post or courier to the address provided in the tool, making sure to use the Nike Postal address on the envelope.
Nike Finance Helpdesk
Our Nike Finance Helpdesk for Europe is the single point of contact for sending invoices and resolving queries.
Please remember when communicating with the Nike Finance Helpdesk
Reply to open case emails only; responses will not be sent to ‘closed case emails’. At the moment a case is closed you will receive a notification.
Reply to original emails only; responses will not be sent to auto notifications
Keep the subject line intact for all existing queries
When forwarding emails, please don’t copy the Finance Help Desk
Remember to use the contact information for all queries
If you are supplying goods or services to different countries, please remember to send your invoice to the appropriate address. Contact Nike for the correct information.
Frequently Asked Questions
I don't know which Nike entity I am delivering to.
This should be indicated on the PO, if you did not get a PO please ask your Nike contact who placed the order with you.
How can I change my vendor details (address, etc...)?
Please ask your Nike contact who placed the order with you.
I did not receive a purchase order number. Who do I need to contact?
Please ask your Nike contact who placed the order. Remember, NO PO – NO WORK – NO PAY
How do I know whether I should charge local VAT or whether the VAT liability is shifted to the recipient of the supply (reverse charge)?
This depends on your local country regulations. Please contact your tax officer for support.
For further questions, who can I contact?
For further questions, please contact us via the Nike Finance Helpdesk.
If you have any questions or would like to provide feedback, please contact us at the appropriate email address (see below).
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